Latest in Tag: brutality Highlight
Latest in Tag: brutality
Recent statistics show that the number of people killed by the US police jumped from 962 in 2015 to 1,164 in 2018. Ironically, there were only 23 days in 2018 where police did not kill someone, according to Mapping Police Violence organisation.
A young man was reportedly killed inside the Moqatam police station last week
The divide separating police and citizenry in both societies, as well as the political cost of police violence, continue to expand. Why are citizens being killed rather being protected?
A new incident involving police brutality takes place in Egypt once more. This time, the venue was Luxor and the victim was Talaat Rashidi, who died in the Luxor police station last Wednesday morning after his arrest. Now, despite how unfortunate and sad this specific incident is, and with all condolences to the family of …
Security forces harassed SPAP members and journalists in court
Brutal police tactics encourage terrorism and increase polarisation, according to official statement
We all bear the burdens of the crimes and sufferings of both our ancestors and our neighbors, and the people that will one day populate the surface and caves of Mars are the same ones bearing the cultural traumas of our dark and bloody roots.
Victims’ families attend the session
Clashes outside court force session to be temporarily postponed; several activists arrested
Contradictory accounts of charges from Prosecutor’s Office and victims’ lawyers
Statement calls on the Prosecutor General office to hold police accountable for citizen’s deaths
Alexandria Criminal Court will examine the case on 1 June
Mousawa Centre for Human Rights releases a fact-finding report on January’s events in Port Said
Human rights group providing support to family of man said to have died in police custody
Egypt ended 2011 with street fighting that left many dead
Our police force either sits idly by or gets up and beats the heck out of us