Skip to comments.Gazans face 'serious abuses' in criminal justice system
Posted on 10/03/2012 2:52:34 PM PDT by Milagros
"The beatings continued for several days" Continue reading the main story Israel and the Palestinians
Israel campaigns on 'forgotten' Jewish refugees Price-tag tactics Palestinians' faded UN hopes Democrats' Jerusalem headache Palestinians in the Gaza Strip face "serious abuses" in the justice system, according to a report from pressure group Human Rights Watch (HRW).
The violations included arbitrary arrest, incommunicado detention, torture, and unfair trials, HRW said.
The Gaza Strip has been governed by the Islamist movement, Hamas, since it seized power there in 2007.
(Excerpt) Read more at bbc.co.uk ...
Until that is resolved, there is no reason to criticize the criminal justice systems of other nations.
So, Gaza, how’s that autonomy thing working for you?
But we don’t torture OUR prisoners.
Yes,I get that HUffPost/NYT/WP “multiculturalism” a lot...
Just channeling my inner Dr Phil. ;^)
I know what you mean
Sure we do.
An inmate at our local county lockup just won a monetary settlement because his fellow inmates tied him to a chair in a "pod" and peed on him from the second-story walkway.
All this with state-of-the-art surveillance in plan and unionized jailers supposed to be watching for that sort of crap.
In another instance, a prosecution witness in a murder trial and arrested for a traffic warrant was "podded" with the defendant in the murder case, who promptly beat him to within an inch of his life. He got enough money to last him the rest of his life also.