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Kopi O Khau Sikit Kurang Manis (FFF 2006 Winner)
— February 12, 2009
A hip-hopping documentary on ear-squats plus allegations of corruption, abuse and poor crime prevention. How can we restore police integrity and service to truly royal standards?
— June 27, 2012
Political activist and member of Mosireen, Salma Said, was shot three times with a shotgun by the Egyptian police on February 5, 2012. The Minister of the Interior, meanwhile, insisted "we have never and will never use shotguns" on protestors.
A Short Portrait Of Mamdouh Habib
— February 18, 2011
Mamdouh Habib is an Australian citizen. In 2001 he was detained in Pakistan and sent to Egypt as part of the CIA program of extraordinary rendition. There he was tortured for 6 months by the Egyptian secret police. No charges were ever laid. Mamdouh has since returned to Australia and describes his fight for justice.
Mexico police repression hit old man - Granaderos golpean a anciano
— December 04, 2012
D.F. Mexico police brutal repression hit old man who was giving free books in Peña Nieto President's Swearing on the 1st December 2012. Granaderos golpean a anciano que estaba regalando libros en la toma de protesta de Peña Nieto el 1ro de Diciembre de 2012.
Fatal police shooting: dead teen's mother wants justice!
— December 01, 2010
"Did my son beg for mercy before being shot?" - The mother of the 15-year-old who was fatally shot by police breaks down at the thought of her son’s last moments. There is nothing that she wants more than to see the person who killed her child be hauled up to court to face justice.
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
Cop It Sweet - Occupy Melbourne
— October 30, 2011
Over 1000 people marched from the State Library of Victoria to Treasury Gardens on 29th October 2011 as part of the ongoing Occupy Melbourne protests. Our boys and girls in blue were on the streets again, dodging criticism for the use of brutal strong arm tactics against the public when evicting the Occupy Melbourne protest from City Square on the 21st of October. The police were out in force to protect the people of Melbourne from other people of Melbourne who were undertaking dangerous activities such as walking, gathering in parks, and utilising public spaces to discuss capitalism, democracy and corporate greed.
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