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UK: Belfast Pastor Faces Prison for Grossly Offending Islam
Society & Culture  (tags: UK, Christians, silencing, right to free speech, crime, culture, dishonesty, ethics, government, police, politics, religion, rights, safety, society )

Penny
- 4 days ago - gatestoneinstitute.org
James McConnells prosecution is one of a growing number of examples in which British authorities âEUR" who routinely ignore incendiary speech by Muslim extremists âEUR" are using hate speech laws to silence Christians.
Rotherham Child Sex Abuse: 300 New Suspects
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, children, crime, culture, ethics, family, freedoms, police, religion, safety, society, violence, Islam, Muslims, pedophilia, pedophiles )

Penny
- 6 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
At least 300 possible suspects have been identified by investigators probing the Rotherham child sex exploitation scandal. The National Crime Agency (NCA) said most of the potential suspects were Asian men, while the vast majority of victims were young
Record Number of Prosecutions for Violence Against Women
Offbeat  (tags: Crime, prosecutions, violence, CPS, police, Courts, Data, UK )

Ray
- 8 days ago - bbc.co.uk
A record number of people have been prosecuted for offences involving violence against women and girls, figures for England and Wales show.
Fire Cops Allegedly Belonging to Racist Confederate Revivalist Group ~ PLEASE SIGN
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: abuse, violence, government, ethics, police, death, politics )

Beverly
- 10 days ago - forcechange.com
Tell Anniston Chief of Police Shane Denham to fire cops who are allegedly members of the racist neo-Confederate League of the South organization.
Danish Ghetto: Police Flees, Leaves Non-Muslim Couple in Bullet Rain
Society & Culture  (tags: Denmark, Europe, abuse, riots, Islam, Muslims, violence, crime, culture, freedoms, police, rights, safety, society, religion )

Penny
- 14 days ago - 10news.dk
It was nearly fatal for two Danes in Vollsmose to talk to police. Not only were they fired upon with automatic weapons, the following two years, they had to put up with stone throwing, vandalism and harassment.
IPCC Will Not Investigate Police Over Orgreave
Offbeat  (tags: Miners Strike, NUM, Police, Thatcher, Politics, Investigation, IPCC )

Ray
- 21 days ago - bbc.co.uk
South Yorkshire Police will not be investigated over its handling of violent clashes between miners and officers at Orgreave coking plant in 1984, the police watchdog has said.
117 Countries Slam American Police Brutality at UN Human Rights Council
World  (tags: police, cops, brutality, injustice, human rights )

Freya
- 23 days ago - trueactivist.com
In what could hardly be called a surprise, the UN Human Rights Council chastised the US over its epidemic of police violence, discrimination, needless killings, and general neglect, following through with recommendations made in its first review in 2010.
Manhunt in NY State After Murderers Power Their Way to Freedom in âEUR~Elaborate EscapeâEUR(TM)
Offbeat  (tags: Tags Canada, Police, Security, USA )

Ray
- 25 days ago - rt.com
Two prisoners serving life sentences for murder used power tools to drill through the steel walls of a maximum-security prison in northern New York State, close to the Canadian border. A massive manhunt is underway with over 200 police involved.
LAPD Officers 'Justified' in Deadly Shooting of Mentally Ill Black Man - Report
Offbeat  (tags: Tags Crime, Law, Police, USA, Violence )

Ray
- 26 days ago - rt.com
The Los Angeles police chief and an independent watchdog have both determined that two officers involved in last yearâEUR(TM)s close-range fatal shooting of mentally ill 25-year-old black man Ezell Ford were justified in their actions.
'The Trials Of Spring' Documentary Project Amplifies Voices Of Women In The Arab Spring ~ TEXT and VIDEO
Society & Culture  (tags: arts, movies, activists, world, women, 'The Trials Of Spring', Human Rights, freedoms, government, safety, society, culture, rights, abuse, humans, law, interesting, politics, ethics, sadness, news, family, police, violence )

Carrie
- 26 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
'The Trials of Spring,' is a series of six shorts, a feature film and news reports by The NYT. The films profile nine women across Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Syria, Bahrain and Yemen, with each detailing their journey through uprisings and crackdowns.
DROP All Charges Against These Anti-Apartheid Protesters - Sign Please !
Society & Culture  (tags: Anti-apartheid activists, jews, Synagogue, Ct, police, arrests, false Police complaint filed )

Angelika
- 26 days ago - change.org
Two Jewish men were arrested after being forcibly restrained inside Temple Israel in Westport, CT, where they had come to read a statement at a luncheon for Friends of the Israel Defense Forces. Sign petition and call State Attorney David I. Cohen
Child-Rape Crimes Covered Up
Society & Culture  (tags: Islam, Muslims, pedophiles, rape, abuse, children, corruption, crime, dishonesty, ethics, family, law, media, police, religion, rights, sadness, safety, society, violence )

Penny
- 28 days ago - gatestoneinstitute.org
A town whose authorities allowed child-rape to go on for a decade, but which now bans marches objecting to child-rape, is setting up a whole new narrative of victimhood from which no good can possibly come.
Michigan Cops Raid Medical Marijuana Patient Legally Rob Entire Family Belongings In Front Of Children
Society & Culture  (tags: Michigan cops, police, Ginnifer Hency, Michigan lawmakers, drug task force, forfeiture laws )

Dandelion
- 30 days ago - mintpressnews.com
Medical marijuana user Ginnifer Hency told a group of Michigan lawmakers that a drug task force raided her home and kept every belonging she owned even her childrens after a judge dismissed the charges against her.
Palestinian Official Slams Israel's Stone-Throwing Bill
Society & Culture  (tags: world, Human Rights, society, children, Israel, Palestine, law, dishonesty, freedoms, crime, culture, humans, police, news, government, ethics )

Carrie
- 31 days ago - aljazeera.com
Adoption of a bill by Israeli cabinet ministers aimed at imposing tougher penalties on stone-throwers is the latest discriminatory measure by Israel, singling out Palestinians.
 

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