Das ist der dritte und letzte Teil des Triptychons der Blutgötter. Brutal, brachial und in deutscher Sprache. Man spricht Deutsch. Und genau so ist auch der Albumtitel zu verstehen.
Amnesty calls for arrest of Israelis for war crimes
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In a report published today, Amnesty says Israeli forces were guilty of unlawful killings, torture and the use of Palestinian civilians as human shields. It says that among other "grave breaches" of international law were ill-treatment of prisoners, wanton destruction of hundreds of homes, sometimes with the residents still inside, and the blocking of medical help to the wounded. Amnesty says the months-long investigation is the most thorough to date and provides the spade work for war crimes trials by documenting five separate grounds for prosecution. Kathleen Cavanaugh, the professor of international law who researched the report, says Amnesty has asked the Israeli government to act on the evidence and try those responsible, although it does not name them. If Israel does not, then the human rights group wants foreign governments it accuses of shielding Israel from accountability, particularly the United States, to apply political pressure and to stop the sale of weapons to the Jewish state. If Israel still refuses to act, then Amnesty says those implicated in war crimes should be detained and tried when they travel abroad. It has a legal obligation under international law to do so," said Ms Cavanaugh.
Turpins get 25 years to life for torturing and imprisoning their children
I just got a report weeks ago documenting, how many people are put in prisons not health facilities who need mental health care and that they are often abused,tortured and treated poorly. Then today, I get this outrageous and tragic report. This is exactly how Nazi Fascist treated the most vulnerable. Not one wall street traitor or any of the other corrupt persons selling our democracy are held accountable much less tortured and murdered.
Standing at a lectern in a Riverside courtroom, just feet away from her parents and their defense attorneys, the woman identified only as Jane Doe No. Her sweater seemed too big for her thin body. She shook and cried even before she began to speak. But the message she delivered spoke to an astonishing resilience.