KABUL: #Update 20-killed outside military academy were raw recruits – officials ‘

#AceNewsReport – AFGHANISTAN:#Update Aug.08: At least 20 people were killed in an attack conducted by a suicide bomber outside the gates of a police academy in Kabul on Friday, AP reported citing Afghan officials.

According to a police officer, the victims were recruits, and the attacker had walked into a group of them by the academy entrance. At least 25 others were injured, another anonymous source in the police said. So far, nobody has claimed responsibility for the attack, which was the second deadly assault in Afghanistan’s capital on Friday.

At least 15 people were killed and over a hundred injured in a truck bomb explosion earlier in the day.

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@RT_com ‘ Military Recruitment Centers on Lockdown after Policeman Shot @AceBreakingNews

#AceBreakingNews – TENNESSEE:July.16: Shootings have occurred at two military recruiting centers in southeastern Tennessee.

At least one police officer has been shot, and there may be other victims, local news reports. A shopping mall, hospital and two college campuses are on lockdown. The first shooting occurred at an Army recruiting center in Chattanooga, where a police officer was shot and injured. The second was at a Navy recruiting center near the Tennessee Riverpark, also in Chattanooga.

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TEXAS: ‘ Lawyer: Officer didn’t target black teens at Texas pool ‘

#AceNewsReport#Breaking Update:June.11: Texas officer was not targeting minorities:

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DALLAS (AP) – A white Texas police officer was not targeting minorities when he wrestled a black teenage girl to the ground and brandished his gun outside a pool party, his lawyer said, but rather was fraught with emotion after responding earlier to two suicide calls.

As activists demanded Wednesday that prosecutors charge former officer David Eric Casebolt, his attorney Jane Bishkin said…

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NEW YORK: ‘ TENSIONS ARE RIFE AS THOUSANDS OF FELLOW OFFICERS PAY RESPECT TO ONE OF THEIR OWN ‘

#AceWorldNews – NEW YORK:Jan.04: Thousands of police officers are paying their respect to a New York Police Department officer shot to death along with his partner as mourners converge from around the country Sunday for a second funeral that stands to test tensions between the city’s mayor and police.

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Buddhist monks will lead a Chinese ceremony for Officer Wenjian Liu, followed by a traditional police ceremony with eulogies led by a chaplain. Liu, 32, had served as a policeman for seven years and was married just two months when he was killed with his partner, Officer Rafael Ramos, on Dec. 20.

Officer Lucas Grant of the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office in Augusta, Georgia, said he came to Liu’s funeral with about six other officers from neighbouring departments “to support our family.”

“When one of us loses our lives, we have to come together,” Grant said.

As Liu’s family arrived for his funeral, Police Commissioner William Bratton tweeted: “We will never forget his sacrifice.”

A day earlier, mourners lined up for blocks on a cold, rainy day for Liu’s wake.

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CCT Video Shows Police Officer Shooting and Killing inmate


Newly released video shows a Texas police officer fatally shooting a handcuffed prisoner in El Paso city jail.

The footage shows a struggle between the inmate – bodybuilder Daniel Saenz – police officer Jose Flores and an unidentified prison guard. The release of the video was ordered by the Texas Attorney General’s Office after a request by the newspaper El Paso.


The video dates to March 8, 2013.

Saenz, 37, had been arrested that day after he had allegedly attacked an off-duty police officer. Saenz was then being transported from jail to a hospital because he had smashed his head against the doorway and injured himself. The video shows Saenz, his hands in cuffs behind his back, being dragged by Mr Flores and the guard. According to a statement by the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT), the inmate had been tasered five times throughout the course of the day but continued to resist. Mr Flores pulled out his gun, firing a shot that went through Saenz’s shoulder and into his heart, local reports said. Saenz died shortly thereafter in hospital. CLEAT claimed the guard inadvertently hit the officer’s hand, causing the gun to fire. Mr Flores has not been charged but is believed to be on leave.

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` Rescuers Report Finding Seven Survivors of a Minibus Crash ‘

#AceNewsServices – DAGESTAN – June 04  – Rescuers have reportedly found seven survivors of a minibus crash in the Russian North Caucasus Republic of Dagestan.

One child was found dead, ITAR-TASS quoted a duty police officer in Tsuntinsky district as saying on Wednesday.

The information was preliminary, and it was still unclear how many passengers had been on the bus, he said.

Ten people were killed and seven injured after a minibus fell off a cliff in Russia’s North Caucasus Republic of Dagestan, RIA Novosti reported. Two children were among those dead, according to local police. In the past few days, it has been raining heavily in the Tsuntinsky district where the incident happened.

The accident that happened near the settlement of Sagada on Wednesday morning might have been caused by adverse weather conditions. “It has been raining heavily in the district in the past few days. Perhaps the road was damaged,” the officer said.

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` Pakistani Police Register Case of Blasphemy Against Sixty Eight Lawyers ‘

#AceNewsServices – ISLAMABAD – May 13 – Pakistani police have registered a case of blasphemy against 68 lawyers who made a public protest after a police officer detained one of their colleagues, officials said on Tuesday, the latest in a tidal wave of such accusations flooding the country.

Blasphemy Charges Against Lawyers

Analysts say the surge in accusations is a worrying sign the nuclear-armed nation of 180 million people is becoming less tolerant as militant ideas enter mainstream politics.

The colonial-era law does not define blasphemy, but the charge carries the death penalty. Presenting evidence can be considered a new infringement, so judges are reluctant to hear cases.

Judges who free those accused of blasphemy have been attacked and two politicians who suggested reforming the law were shot dead.

Those acquitted have often been lynched.

Monday’s charges followed a protest in which lawyers shouted slogans against senior police officer Umar Daraz for allegedly illegally detaining a lawyer in the Jhang district of central Pakistan.

“Lawyers were protesting against police, using foul language and the name of the inspector,” the district’s police officer, Zeeshan Asghar, told Reuters.

One of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad, founder of the Islamic religion, was called Hazrat Umar.

A member  of a far-right sectarian party complained his religious feelings were offended because the lawyers used the name “Umar” in their protest, and lodged charges with police.

Blasphemy accusations have spiked in Pakistan recently, a 2012 study by the Islamabad-based think tank, the Center for Research and Security Studies, showed, with 80 complaints in 2011, up from a single case in 2001.

More recent figures are not available.

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BBC News Reported: Q and A Pakistan – Blasphemy Laws  

Pakistan’s blasphemy laws carry a potential death sentence for anyone who insults Islam. Critics say they have been used to persecute minority faiths.

What are the recent controversies?

The laws have been contentious since the formation of Pakistan in 1947, but attention in recent months has been focused on a teenage girl with learning difficulties,  known as Rimsha, who was accused of desecrating the Koran. An imam was later arrested for allegedly planting evidence.

Another prominent case is that of Christian mother-of-five Asia Bibi, sentenced to death in November 2010 for insulting the Prophet Muhammad.

The following January Punjab Governor Salman Taseer – a prominent critic of the law – was assassinated by his bodyguard. The assassination divided Pakistan, with some hailing his killer as a hero.

In March 2011 Religious Minorities Minister Shahbaz Bhatti, a Christian who spoke out against the laws, was shot dead in Islamabad.

When do the laws date from?

The offences relating to religion were first  codified by India’s British rulers in 1860, and were expanded in 1927. Pakistan inherited these laws after the partition of India in 1947.

Between 1980 and 1986, a number of clauses were added to the laws by the military government of General Zia-ul Haq.

He wanted to “Islamicise” them and also legally to separate the Ahmadi community, declared non-Muslim in 1973, from the main body of Pakistan’s overwhelmingly Muslim population.

What do the laws say?

The law enacted by the British was general in nature, prescribing punishments for intentionally destroying or defiling a place or an object of worship or disturbing a religious assembly. They also made it unlawful to trespass on burial grounds or insult religious beliefs through the spoken or written word or by innuendo or visible representation.

The maximum punishment under these laws ranges from one year to 10 years in jail, with or without a fine.

Beginning in 1980, a slew of clauses was added to the chapter of religious offences in the Pakistan Penal Code. These clauses can be grouped into two categories – the anti-Ahmadi laws and the blasphemy laws.

The anti-Ahmadi laws were included in 1984. They bar the Ahmadis from calling themselves or behaving as Muslims, preaching their faith and using Islamic terms for their places of worship and religious rituals.

The blasphemy laws were created and expanded in several instalments.

In 1980, a clause was added to the law, making derogatory remarks against Islamic personages an offence, carrying a maximum punishment of three years in jail.

In 1982, another clause prescribed life imprisonment for “wilful” desecration of the Koran, the Muslim holy book. In 1986, a separate clause was inserted to punish blasphemy against the Prophet Muhammad and the penalty recommended was “death, or imprisonment for life”, in that order.

Who is affected by the laws?

The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) – a voluntary organisation – has been documenting blasphemy cases. It says that Muslims constitute the majority of those booked under these laws, followed by the Ahmadi community. According to the HRCP, since 1988 around 1,000 cases have been lodged for desecration of the Koran, while nearly 50 cases have been lodged for blasphemy against the Prophet Muhammad.

Lower courts have handed down hundreds of convictions in these cases, but nearly all of them have been reversed by the higher courts due to lack of evidence, faults in due process or obvious wrongful motives on the part of the complainants. Hundreds of Christians are among the accused – at least 12 of them were given the death sentence for blaspheming against the Prophet.

Are they fairly applied?

At the level of the lower judiciary, there is often considerable pressure on the judges to order convictions, especially in cases relating to Ahmadis and blasphemy. But most decisions fail the test of the law at the higher judicial level, where offenders are often acquitted.

One reason is that organised religious groups are able to influence lower judges more easily than judges of the higher courts, although their influence there is growing too. Second, rights groups say most cases are motivated by local rivalries which are more easily exposed by the higher judiciary than the lower courts.

Legal experts say convictions under the law regulating blasphemy against the Prophet are easier to obtain because it does not establish a link between an offence and the intention, so that even an unintentional act can also be treated as a wilful offence.

Do most Pakistanis support the laws?

A large majority of Pakistani people support the idea that blasphemers should be punished, but there is a little understanding of what the religious scripture says as opposed to how the modern-day law is codified.

The response to recent events suggests that they largely believe the law, as codified by the military regime of General Zia-ul Haq back in the 1980s, is in fact straight out of the Koran and therefore is not man-made.

The organised religious groups are promoting this view and have been able to mobilise mass support in their favour. Their highest point came when the assassin of Governor Salman Taseer in 2011 was hailed as a hero by a large section of people across the country.

Why do the authorities appear reluctant to amend them?

Amending the blasphemy laws has been on the agenda of nearly all the popular secular parties. But none of them has made much progress – principally because of the sensitivities over the issue, but also because no major party wants to antagonise the religious parties which have on numerous occasions proved capable of bringing large numbers of protesters on to the streets.

In 2010, a member of the ruling Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Sherry Rehman, introduced a private bill to amend the blasphemy law. Her bill sought to change procedures of religious offences in such a way that these offences would be reported to a higher police official rather than the usual police station chief. In addition the cases would be heard directly by the higher courts instead of going through the local courts first.

The bill was passed on to a parliamentary committee for vetting. It was withdrawn in February 2011 under pressure from religious forces as well as some opposition political groups. Given the growing religious conservatism in Pakistan, the government is wary about losing public support over the issue, correspondents say.

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` Trial of Teenager Beaten to Death by Eight Men for Anti-Government Protests’

#AceNewsServices – ANKARA – May 12 – (ALJ) A court in the Turkish city of Kayseri has began to hear key testimonies in the trial of eight men, including four policemen, accused of beating a teenage student to death during anti-government protests last year.

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Ali Ismail Korkmaz died after being pummelled with baseball bats and truncheons in the western city of Eskisehir on June 2, one of eight people to die during three weeks of protests that convulsed the country.

“I saw Ali Ismail being kicked on his back and head again and again,” Semih Berkay Yapici, a witness who was on the scene, told the court on Monday.

“He lost his balance, fell on the ground, hit his head on a stone and lost consciousness.

His eyes were closed.”

Yapici said once Korkmaz regained consciousness he was again kicked on the head and as he fled his attackers, was set upon by plain-clothes policemen with gas masks who ruthlessly kicked and beat him on the legs.

“He then took a turn and went out of my sight … his face is etched into my memory,” he said.

Yapici identified the police suspects who attended the proceedings in handcuffs from mug shots.

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During the attack, which was recorded by security cameras, the 19-year-old student, who was wearing a “World Peace” T-shirt, suffered a brain haemorrhage and died after 38 days in a coma.

Eight men, including four plain-clothes policemen, are accused of premeditated murder and face between 10 years and life behind bars if convicted.

During the first hearing of the case in March, the four police officers denied beating Korkmaz to death.

Kayseri Ali Ismail Korkmaz eight defendants accused of killing four police witnesses Semih second hearing in the trial continues with testimony of Cindy.

Testimony of the witnesses as saying that Ali Ismail Korkmaz hit, which was described as a long-haired and not know the name of the police ID’d from photo.

The defendants in Eskisehir Travel Park during the actions Ali Ismail Korkmaz is accused of attacking. Korkmaz, had died after 38 days in a coma.

Kayseri third heavy penal court hearing witnesses in the ongoing Semih Cindy took the floor and told Ali Ismail Korkmaz was attacked.

Cindy, recounting memories of Ali Ismail Korkmaz beaten to a halt. Took the time to continue.

Judge Cindy witness to “tell them everything. Hesitation,” he said. Cindy’s response is “I’ll tell you, sir, doubt not” was.

Listen to the testimony of the audience began to cry in the hall.

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#AceWorldNews – NIGERIA – May 11  – Muslim extremists have caused more havoc in the north-east of Nigeria, by blowing up a bridge, which has killed an unknown number of people.

They also abducted the wife and two children of a retired police officer, local residents said on Saturday.

It is unknown which group carried out the attack, but it comes as the country is still reeling from the mass kidnapping of more than 250 school girls by the terrorist group Boko Haram, which has caused international outrage.

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` 100 arrested, 44 hospitalized after `California Party ‘ Descended into Street Brawl ‘

#AceWorldNews – CALIFORNIA – April 07 – One hundred people have been arrested and 44 others injured after a California college spring break party descended into a brawl.

Clashes broke out at approximately 9:30 p.m. local time on Saturday at the 15,000-strong party known as ‘Deltopia,’ the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office told AP.

The situation became violent after a University of California Santa Barbara police officer was struck in the head with a bag full of alcohol bottles. As the situation intensified, the crowd began throwing rocks, starting fires, and vandalizing police vehicles.

Tear gas was reportedly used, and five of the injured are thought to have been officers. Clashes diffused by Sunday morning.

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#AceStoryNews: `Student Gunman Who Killed a Policeman and Teacher’

#AceNewsServices says `Student Gunman Kills Policeman and Teacher in Hostage Takeover of Class of 20 Students in School near Moscow

This was a story that l have taken from the `Daily Mail‘ of a few weeks ago and this link ACE is a previous post, just click, to read the latest news?

Though reading this article led me to believe that being unable to get grades

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`Fellow students said he accused the teacher of giving him low marks so threatening his chance to get a ‘gold medal’ for academic performance’ 

Well your opinion and comments welcome, of course it does not make it right, but maybe society has a part to play!

  • Pupil held students and a teacher hostage in a biology classroom
  • He was detained after killing a policeman and teacher
  • The hostage-taker named as Sergey Gordeev, believed to be 16
  • Believed the pupil and teacher previously had a conflict over his marks

By WILL STEWART and TARA BRADY

PUBLISHED: 09:14, 3 February 2014 | UPDATED: 18:52, 3 February 2014

Sergey Gordeev was a straight A pupil but shot dead his teacher and a police officer at his school

Sergey Gordeev was a straight A pupil but shot dead his teacher and a police officer at his school

A student gunman has killed a policeman and teacher after holding more than 20 students hostage in a school near Moscow.

The ‘straight-A’ 16 year old Sergey Gordeev sparked a nationwide security alert amid initial fears his attack at his school near Moscow was a terrorist incident linked to the Winter Olympics which open on Friday.

He held 24 pupils hostage for almost an hour, and gunned down his teacher Andrei Kirillov, a married father with two small children, apparently in revenge for unusually poor marks in geography or biology.

He also shot and killed married policeman Sergei Bushuev, 38, as he fired a volley of 11 shots at officers surrounding the school.

Special forces troops were used to detain him after his father urged him to put down his weapon.

The armed pupil and teacher previously had a conflict over his marks.

This could have prevented the boy leaving school with a ‘gold’ medal, say sources at the school.

A dramatic text message from a girl in Gordeev’s class to her mother during the terrifying siege read: ‘A machine gun. We are at school. He is shooting.

‘Mama, aaaa-aa-aa. Save me! It’s not a joke. Mama. Its awful. He’s gone mad. We are hostages on floor 1, room 2.’

Gordeev earlier brandished two rifles to as he overpowered the security man at School Number 263 on the outskirts of Moscow in what was initially seen as a terrorist attack.

Soon it became clear it was a disgruntled pupil who had seized his father’s guns to gain revenge on his mild-mannered teacher.

The rest of the school was evacuated as police ordered the boy’s father to call him on his mobile and demand he spares his classmates’ lives.

One teenage girl said: ‘He shot the teacher in the stomach. Then he wanted to make sure that he was dead, so he fired another ‘insurance’ shot to the head.’

The father – believed to be a law enforcement officer – then donned a bullet-proof jacket and negotiated with his son the lay down the guns and surrender.

The move was seen as saving Russia from a school massacre.

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Terrified: A girl is hugged by her relative as she is evacuated from her school north of Moscow

Terrified: A girl is hugged by her relative as she is evacuated from her school north of Moscow

Evacuated: Pupils are escorted by a policeman out of their school north of Moscow

Evacuated: Pupils are escorted by a policeman out of their school north of Moscow

Children are evacuated out of the school north of Moscow where a student gunman opened fire

Children are evacuated out of the school north of Moscow where a student gunman opened fire

Andrei Polipchuk, police spokesman, said: ‘All the students are alive, nobody is injured. The attacker is arrested, he is identified.

‘He is a student of this very school.’

Reports say the boy’s father was involved in persuading him to give himself up and prevent a school massacre.

‘The father of the boy immediately came to the school,’ said a local official.

 
Students flee in terror as gunman kills two at Russian school

A man stands near a window with bullet holes at a high school in Russia where a student killed a police officer and a teacher

A man stands near a window with bullet holes at a high school in Russia where a student killed a police officer and a teacher

A security service member uses a metal detector near the building of a high school where a student shot his teacher and police officer

A security service member uses a metal detector near the building of a high school where a student shot his teacher and police officer

A man films on a camera as he stands near a window with bullet holes at the school north of Moscow

A man films on a camera as he stands near a window with bullet holes at the school north of Moscow

Pupils leave their school after a fellow student shot a policeman and teacher dead this morning

Pupils leave their school after a fellow student shot a policeman and teacher dead this morning

Safe: Pupils are led out of the school where a 16-year-old boy shot dead a policeman and teacher

Safe: Pupils are led out of the school where a 16-year-old boy shot dead a policeman and teacher

Police gather outside the school north of Moscow where a student went on the rampage with a rifle shooting dead a policeman and teacher

Police gather outside the school north of Moscow where a student went on the rampage with a rifle shooting dead a policeman and teacher

Pictured: The hostage-taker has been named as Sergey Gordeev (pictured) who was a student at the school

Pictured: The hostage-taker has been named as Sergey Gordeev (pictured) who was a student at the school

A gunman is believed to have shot and killed a police officer and teacher at this school in Moscow

A gunman is believed to have shot and killed a police officer and teacher at this school in Moscow

Police outside the school in Moscow where a gunman took a class of children hostage

Police outside the school in Moscow where a gunman took a class of children hostage

‘Sergei Gordeyev was a straight-A student,’ said a spokesman for the Investigative Committee, equivalent of the FBI.

‘It appears that he had an emotional breakdown.’

Fellow students said he accused the teacher of giving him low marks so threatening his chance to get a ‘gold medal’ for academic performance.

‘He persuaded the boy to put down his arms and to let the children go.’

Psychologists are now working with the released children.

The dead policeman was named as Sergei Bushuev.

He died in an ambulance at the scene. A second wounded officer was rushed to Sklifosovsky hospital in Moscow.

Ambulances and police are waiting outside the school on the outskirts of Moscow

Ambulances and police are waiting outside the school on the outskirts of Moscow

Another policeman was shot and injured.

‘The person who took 20 people and a teacher hostage is a student in the upper classes at the same school.

‘He has been neutralised and all the students have been freed,’ Interior Ministry spokesman Andrei Pilipchuk said on state TV.

‘One policeman was fatally wounded during the operation and died in hospital and a teacher at School No. 263 was also killed,’ he said.

The shooting sent dozens of students scurrying out the school while a police helicopter landed in a snow-covered field outside.

It came with Russia in the global spotlight four days before it hosts the 2014 Winter Olympics in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi.

A woman and child walk outside the school where a teacher and police officer were shot by an armed student

A woman and child walk outside the school where a teacher and police officer were shot by an armed student

Police officers enter a Moscow school with a teacher where two people were killed by a student this morning

Police officers enter a Moscow school with a teacher where two people were killed by a student this morning

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“Teenager who Killed a Policeman and a Teacher at School was not Taking Drugs”

The student who shot dead a teacher and a policeman at a school in Moscow#AceWorldNews says `Teenager who killed a policeman, and Teacher at School did not take Drugs according to official sources’

The student who shot dead a teacher and a policeman at a school in Moscow was not under the influence of narcotics during the attack, the head of the Moscow department of the Federal Drug Control Service, Vyacheslav Davydov said Monday.

After the tragedy, all “analyses were conducted,” he said, adding that “nothing of the kind” was discovered, Interfax reported. Investigators believe that the attack came about because of the teenager’s “psychological condition” at that moment.

 

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#Ukraine: “Video Shows`Riot Police Abusing Protester’ then `Stripped Naked`in Freezing Cold”

#AceNewsServices says ” Ukraine Video Shows Riot Police' Abusing Protesters Who are `Stripped Naked’ and Freezing Cold” #Kiev

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