Saturday, December 28, 2013


 "The press, or at least most of it, has lost the passion, the outrage, and the sense    of mission that once drove reporters to defy authority and tell the truth."                  - Chris Hedges

Restrain a nine years old boy with handcuffs is a heinous crime?

                                                                                                                                “STOP THE POLICE BRUTALITY AND THE SLAUGHTER OF INNOCENT PEOPLE”
            Caligula is distinctive because was a diabolic being famous for the murders and cruelties committed since it was able to kill or kill as he ate or while he held orgies. Caligula murdered his wife and child who were in the belly, because he could not stand to wait for the baby to come out.
                                                  Nazis Gestapo                                                                       
Freedom of the Press & Freedom of Speech Under Attack in Canada - Joshua Blakeney on PRESS TV.                                       Canada is seeing an increasing number of its journalists and photographers being criminalized and arrested by law enforcement officers for recording incidents involving police brutality, Press TV reports.

On numerous occasions, Canadians have been taken into custody after legally documenting police incidents.

Among the most notable cases is the arrest of Jennifer Pawluck in April after she posted a photo online of someone else's graffiti depicting a Montreal police commander, Ian Lafreniere, negatively? She was later charged with criminal harassment.

In September 2012, Jakub Markiewicz, a 16-year-old, was arrested by police when he filmed security guards and police officers detaining a man at a shopping mall in the British Columbia city of Burnaby. Markiewicz was never officially charged over the incident.

Furthermore, officers at Vancouver International airport confiscated in 2007 a video taken by Paul Pritchard, showing police officers tasering a Polish immigrant to death.

Pitchard finally filed a lawsuit against the police in a bid to retrieve the footage.

The recording was later used as evidence against the police and the involved officers eventually admitted that they had misled the public in several statements about the tasering death.

Meanwhile, critics say that the so-called "tough on crime" agenda by Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government has given many Canadian police officers the impression that they are above the law.

They also say that the impression has led to the increase criminalization of Canadians, who were serving the public interest when they documented incidents involving the police.

Indiscriminate firing by police on people is absolute barbarism. Instead of solving their problems, the government is trying to suppress the people by force.                                                                                               .-Sheikh Hasina

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