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    • Danite
    • 19.09.05 | 16:20 (IDT)

    Every time a police man uses deadly force it is normal procedure to investigate. Why the state cannot do better than this I dont know, it is not acceptable it is a bit bannana republic like. The context of the policemens actions should also be noted. The scale, the range the suddeness and the intensity of the rioting caused panic as it looked like a coordinated attack. Jews standing in line at Abu Lafia in jaffa found themselves suddenly being stoned, the wadi ara highway was cut off and mobs where making there way to the jewsih area of Nazareth.Much like the theif who enters someones home at night and scares the occupants half to death and then complains the home owner hit him too hard. That might be so but the fear caused by certain actions make a violent response expected. I do not condone any excessive or random use of force against the rioters, it is not a carte blanche and police must follow procedures, the Arabs however must consider their actions more wisely.If their are issues okay, organise HUGE demonstrations in the normal orderly legal way but just to freak out and stone people in the head waiting to get pita, cutting off the countrys main highway and that kind of stuff shows the need for a little reason to take control in the Arab popualtion.Why is reason always the tool of LAST choice. Here are the results.

    from the article: No officers to face charges for October riots as ministry closes investigations
    First published 00:00 19.09.05 | Last updated 00:00 19.09.05
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