Category Archives: police brutality

Female protesters penned and maced during Occupywallstreet


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Man dies after UK Police taser him

A man has died after police shot him with a Taser during an arrest. “The man became unwell following the arrest and was taken to Furness General Hospital by officers.” The man, who was in his 20s, died later in … Continue reading

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Vancouver riots ‘kissing couple’ video

Video footage has emerged showing what really happened to the infamous ‘kissing couple’ during last week’s Vancouver riots. What seemed like a random or staged passionate act of love in the midst of violence was actually the boyfriend calming down … Continue reading

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Police criticised for death of man after using CS gas on him

Another death at the hands of our out of control Police force.  This one was in 2006 and only now seems to have seen some light. Source

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Spanish protests photos May 2011

A brilliant (but alarming as always) set of photos depicting the recent protests in Spain.

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It is lawful to drag a disabled protester out of his wheelchair…

…and ‘inadvertently’ hitting him with a baton – that’s all justified according to today’s report which was supervised by the IPCC. “Jody McIntyre, 21, was attacked by officers during a demonstration on December 9, but the actions police were “justifiable … Continue reading

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PC Harwood to finally face manslaughter charges

After the new medial evidence came to light, PC Harwood will now be facing manslaughter charges for the death of Ian Tomlinson at the G20 protests in 2009. We hope that justice will eventually be served. News via Yahoo here

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