Wednesday, April 16, 2014

The Gestapo: A History of Horror By Jacques Delarue

The mass media are manipulating every day the readers? The judiciary, court guards, and the police from the Brampton Court, are hiding the real motives for the bloodshed?  "Only the Video Recordings from the Surveillance Cameras, Recorded Audio Tapes, and Transcripts of the Hearings of the Brampton Courtrooms, may Reveal the Truthful Facts of this Carnage"                                         
The Gestapo: A History of Horror                                    By Jacques Delarue

Statement Un vaso de agua aqui viene los horrors…

TPS CrestUn vaso de agua; aqui viene los horrors cometidos en mi persona y familia
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EXCESSIVE FORCE! OR EXCESSIVE MASSACRES!!!                The Gestapo: A History of Horror                                    By Jacques Delarue
      EXCESSIVE FORCE! OR EXCESSIVE MASSACRES!!! The Gestapo: A History of Horror                                    By Jacques Delarue
           Surveillance video from the Prince George RCMP detachment of the treatment of Clayton Alvin Willey in the minutes before his death. Willey died in the ambulance en route to hospital. Missing frames and footage from this video were explained as technical failures by the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP. For more information, visit and search "Willey".  
“POLICE BRUTALITY AND THE INEXCUSABLE EXECUTIONS IN DEFENSELESS PEOPLE ARE THE CATALOGUE OF HORRORS AND HOMICIDES COMMITTED BY THE POLICE FORCES IN THIS COUNTRY”                                                                                                                              Inexcusable police beatings and murders”                                                                                Media in Canada are responsible for the massive manipulation of public opinion; in the end we do not know the reality of the events in Brampton court?

EXCESSIVE FORCE! OR EXCESSIVE MASSACRES!!!            The video was caught on tape by someone filming through a car window, showing members of the Quebec police force repeatedly beating an aboriginal man using their fist and baton in the community of Unamen Shipu.
The ingenious man has been identified as 24-year-old Norbert Mestenapeo, whose relatives say had to receive 12 stitches following the beating.
At one point, the officers lift Mestenapeo up to a standing position, only to throw him to the ground and continue to beat him. In the video Mestenapeo does not appear to resist.
Police say they were responding to some sort of a dispute situation and Mestenapeo argued with police over an arrest warrant.
"This is the village Kahnawake, it's just outside of Montreal. The community has its own local law enforcement. However, the community where the beating took place does not and now the Assembly of the First Nations of Quebec is calling for it to return this way."
Unamen Shipu reserve is patrolled by provincial police. In 2008, Quebec police replaced local police services there.
However, many Mohawks who live in Khanwake reserve say their community is perhaps one of the strongest in Quebec and say even though all the facts about this case have yet to be released, aboriginals experiencing injustice should report and put it on record so it can be investigated.
But, some are not as optimistic that there will be change. They say there is consistent stereotype in Canada when it comes to aboriginals and many Canadians lack education about the community. It's one of the reasons behind the grass roots movement Idle No More, which organizers say forces Canadians to be Willfully Blind No More.
A spokesperson for the Sûreté du Québec said the police force has a copy of the video and they will be looking into the officers' behavior; so far, no action has been taken with the officers.
In Canada, Aboriginal people make up for four percent of the total population, but 20 percent of the prison population.       

The Gestapo: A History of Horror                                    By Jacques Delarue

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