NO JUSTICE - NO PEACE
The dark legacy of the Guardians of the Law and Order - Police that Terrorize Helpless Citizen’s - Force of Kidnappers, Tortures and Assassins! It’s time for the public to ask the Canadian Police Training Schools, for the release of law enforcement agency training manuals, in order to know, if these manuals are advocating police brutality against the minorities, torture of detainees, and extrajudicial executions. As well the release of the training manuals will bring to the public, which money had been used for the teaching of police brutality, kidnapping, torture, to have an irresistible obsession to commit murders, and repression. The Gestapo: A History of Horror
EXTRAJUDICIAL EXECUTION? Police constable James Forcillo, is an officer who committed an inexcusable extrajudicial execution in a young boy, who never represented to be dangerous for the public or the police. When the officer James Forcillo, made the decision to kill in cold blood Sammy Yatim, he was addressing to the police incoherent words from the interior of the streetcar. The life of this young boy was ended because the training manuals from the police are encouraging to commit murder. The public at large should vigorously condemn this monstrous murder committed by police. This is a case of human rights violations, an extrajudicial execution, which again no action is taken by the judiciary system, other crime for the impunity.
Canada law Enforcement Agencies: are fearsome police forces ready to create panic in children, women, and seniors, to assault and torture detainees, and frequently to murdering their own citizens. The aim of the police forces is to cause physical pain and psychological suffering, especially when they are committed to destroy helpless people or families. These dreadful forces of kidnappers and assassins, in their daily mission demonstrate how gruesome their atrocities are committed in innocent civilians with total impunity.
MASSACRE - CARNAGE - BLOODSHED...
accountable by finding out what the [new] teaching manuals are. We know what our own country has done in terms of interrogating suspects in [the] war on terrorism