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« Reply #380 on: October 27, 2017, 06:28:30 PM »

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/court_and_police/81693/officers_acquitted_of_involuntary_homicide_of_nigerian_asylum_seeker#.WfNbzluCzIU


Soldiers acquitted of involuntary homicide of Nigerian asylum seeker
Nigerian asylum seeker Ifeanyi Nwokoye died on his way to hospital of a heart attack after being beaten by detention officers


Three former AFM soldiers have been acquitted of the involuntary homicide of a Nigerian asylum seeker who died of a heart attack in a cell at Hal Far in 2011, after being captured and beaten following an escape attempt.
Roderick Azzopardi, who had been second in command at the Ħal Far detention centre on the night 29-year-old Ifeanyi Nwokoye died, and co-accused Aldo Simiana and Carmela Camilleri had all denied the solitary charge of involuntary homicide.
Police Inspector Keith Arnaud had told the court that the trio had not been charged with wilful homicide as it had emerged that the migrant had not died as a direct result of the injuries inflicted during the beating.
The prosecution had claimed that Azzopardi was seen to punch the victim before the man was arrested.
At least four detention officers had taken a handcuffed Nwokoye back to the detention centre following his recapture after the escape of a group of detainees. He was carried, unconscious, into an isolation cell where he remained on the ground for about an hour.
Camilleri and Simiana had then found him unconscious in his cell. Nwokoye died on his way to hospital after suffering a heart attack.
Prosecuting police inspector Keith Arnaud had alleged that the man had died as a result of mistreatment, non-observance of regulations in his re-arrest. There was an “immense recklessness,” bordering on the inhuman, in the way which the victim had been handled, the inspector said.
Defence lawyers Joe Giglio, Veronique Dalli and Mario Mifsud, argued that the man had died as a result of a pre-existing medical condition that he had not disclosed to the detention officers.
In her exhaustive 137-page study of case law and legal doctrine on the matter, Magistrate Consuelo Scerri Herrera noted that the case was unusually complex and  required the court to investigate persons to whom a stricter standard of conduct applied.
Maltese courts have long adopted the doctrine that for guilt in an involuntary offence, the harmful act must be voluntary, negligent, directly linked to the harm and the harmful outcome must have been predictable. Not every human error gives ground for liability, said the court.
The victim’s strength appeared to have failed him as he was climbing the fence, the magistrate observed, such that only one officer was needed to restrain him. He was loaded into the van, already unconscious.
Medical experts had established that the deceased had no external signs of violence, other than a bruise that “did not, in any way, contribute to his death.”
The magistrate praised the prosecutor for his arguments, which she said had been “well studied and of such detail that this court has rarely seen,” as well as the defence for its arguments which she said were “serious, studied and of a certain stature.”
The magistrate agreed with the prosecution on the inhuman treatment aspect, but noted that there was no causal link between the actions of the accused and the man’s death and so the crime of involuntary homicide “could never subsist.”
The court, however condemned the fact that the man was given prompt medical treatment, saying that it was “unacceptable that the immigrant is placed, handcuffed and face down in a van, not even in a seat. It appears that the accused officer Azzopardi did not treat people with dignity.”
The court strongly emphasised that the guards had also been under a subsidiary accusation of abusing their authority as public officials, a charge which required intent and should therefore never have been made in the context of an involuntary offence.
Azzopardi, Simiana and Camilleri were cleared of the all charges.
Lawyer Joe Giglio appeared on behalf of Azzopardi, lawyer Veronique Dalli was defence counsel to Simiana, while Camilleri was represented by lawyer Mario Mifsud.


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Six years of anxiety, agony for three Maltese families - and all because an Illegal Immigrant monkey, decided to escape from the comfortable zoo.
This is what we are getting from Multiculturalism, from accepting these sub-humans amongst us - for our pity and believe in The Jesus Poison.
We rejoice, along with the three Maltese soldiers and their families - may they never again be betrayed by our politicians.




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« Reply #381 on: November 14, 2017, 06:11:25 PM »

https://www.facebook.com/Kishor.Satwick/videos/1527584737290657/


This is the way the Chinese deal with their terrorists - but then, the Chinks have neither the Jewish, nor Jesus Poison infecting them.


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« Reply #382 on: November 15, 2017, 04:50:09 PM »

https://emanwcross.wordpress.com/2017/11/15/maltapolice-injured-after-an-immigrant-had-his-whip-hand-over-him/




An aggressive, Arab immigrant had his whip hand over Maltese police officers.
The aggressive Immigrant injured a number of policee officers and also causing damage to a police station and police cars.

Inspector Sandro Camilleri stated on his Facebook profile that: “You cannot do your job and use the necessary violence and legal [sic] to do your job because they’ll turn it against you,” he wrote. “You can’t use a taser or pepper spray because they’ll turn that against you too.”

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« Reply #383 on: November 16, 2017, 12:47:48 PM »

https://voiceofeurope.com/2017/11/germany-dozens-incidents-sexual-assaults-cologne-carnival/


Germany: Dozens of incidents and sexual assaults during Cologne Carnival
 By VOICE OF EUROPE  13 November 2017


Several arrests were made during the opening of the Carnival season in Cologne on Saturday.

One thousand police officers couldn’t prevent multiple sexual assaults and other forms of assault like stabbings and fights. A 28-year-old man was seriously injured after being stabbed and a 23-year-old woman was brought to hospital after a stranger threw a beer mug at her.

According to German media around 50 arrests were made. No statistics were available on how many arrests were related to sexual assault. On Sunday morning the crowds in the city “calmed down” according to police.

During New Year’s Eve celebrations in 2015, twelve hundred women were sexually assaulted by mostly migrant men in Cologne. Since then the police stepped up their presence at the city’s Carnival.

CARNIVAL COLOGNE GERMANY SEXUAL ASSAULTS

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We Europeans deprived of the Joy of Carnival - celebrating our own festivities.
The crude Arabs and Blacks have no restraining gene - and they unleash their Religious induced sexual frustration upon our women.
This is Equality, ghidila il-Ministru taz-Zejziet Ugwali - ja Qarrieqa.



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« Reply #384 on: November 16, 2017, 01:13:47 PM »

Even some Blacks admit the Truth.
Ghidilha lil-Ministru taz-Zejziet Ugwali.
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« Reply #385 on: November 27, 2017, 06:26:36 PM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20171127/local/woman-found-in-cave-was-thrown-down-stairs-raped-threatened-court-told.664253?utm_source=tom&utm_campaign=top5&utm_medium=widget


Monday, November 27, 2017, 17:34 by Edwina Brincat

Woman found in cave was thrown down stairs, raped, threatened, court told
She stayed put for fear of her estranged husband's alleged wrath


A woman found lying unconscious in a cave underneath Fort Ricasoli remained there out of fear of what her estranged husband and alleged captor would do to her if she escaped, a court heard today.

Roddy Williams allegedly shoved his wife down stairs and into the sea, forced her through a maze of tunnels, kept her in a dark chamber and raped her twice during a three-day ordeal.

He is accused of kidnapped his 46-year old estranged wife, leaving her in the dark without any food and drink for several days, violently engaging in sexual activity with her, holding her against her will, harassing her and causing her to fear violence.

This information was revealed in court today as the compilation of evidence against the 37-year old Seychelles-born man, from Fgura, continued.
The police had first been alerted about Ms Williams' disappearance by her father.

They were then called to break up a fight between Mr Williams and his estranged wife's family on the evening of October 30. When questioned by police, the accused confessed and led police to Ricasoli, where the victim was discovered lying unconscious in a dark underground chamber.

Recounting her ordeal to a court-appointed legal expert, Ms Williams had said how she had agreed to meet her husband at Ricasoli in the hope of ending their ongoing separation proceedings on an amicable note.

Shoved down stairs

However, things had taken a nasty turn when the man suddenly pushed her down the fortification stairs, causing her to topple into the sea. After dragging her out of the water, he had forced her into the maze of tunnels running under the fort, threatening to harm her and her next of kin unless she did as he ordered.

"There will be a big funeral in Malta such as has never been seen before," he allegedly told her.

Once inside a dark underground chamber, the man had allegedly raped her twice, holding a knife, threatening to slit her throat and bury her there unless she gave in. He kept insisting that as she was his wife, he had a right to have sex.

Once returned to safety, the woman had recalled how during the whole ordeal she had been disoriented, feeling very sick and finding it hard to breathe.

Testifying in court today, inspector Josric Mifsud explained how the woman had later told police that she had been too scared to stray from the spot whenever Mr Williams went away. She feared that he would have carried out his threats if he were to find her outside.

Questioned by the defence about the fact that Ms Williams had amended her original version of events, the inspector pointed out that the victim had spoken to the police just hours after her ordeal when she was still evidently traumatised.

In fact, up to this very day, the woman still has not been certified as fit to testify, the court was told.

Hours later, after receiving due medication, the woman had wished to clarify that she had not been taken to Ricasoli in her aggressor’s car but had met him there because she wished to end separation matters between them amicably.

Lawyer Ludvic Caruana, appearing parte civile for the victim, explained that the woman had allegedly confused two separate incidents, one of which had occurred a few days before her last ordeal when she had filed a police report against her estranged husband.
Fort Ricasoli - 'no man's land'

Earlier in today’s sitting, court-appointed expert Stephen Spiteri, a military architecture historian specialised in fortifications, reported that Fort Ricasoli is currently government property designated as ‘unallocated’ which practically makes it a ‘no-man’s land.’

This meant there was no physical barrier to stop anyone from accessing the fort dating back to the Knights of the Order and overlying an intricate network of tunnels stretching all along the land front.

After consulting an original map of the site and after personally accessing the underground system of tunnels, Dr Spiteri explained that upon entering, one finds a fairly large barrel vault with some 20 musketry loopholes which allow sufficient light for one to navigate without the use of a torch.

Further in, a one-metre diameter breach where the tunnel roof collapsed, also allowed some light into the underground space which eventually gives way to a zigzagging of tunnels leading to the chamber where Ms Williams was allegedly held hostage.

“In the chamber there is total darkness because it is somewhat lower,” the expert said.

Defence lawyer Franco Debono, however, confronted the witness with a site-plan drawn up by another court expert, architect Mario Cassar, which did not in any way show the loopholes or the collapsed roof which let in natural light.

Arguing that the issue of luminosity was crucial in this case, Dr Debono asked that Mr Cassar be called once again to testify over his findings.
At the end of the sitting, magistrate Claire Stafrace Zammit pronounced a ‘prima facie’ decree and declared that the court would deliver its decree on bail in chambers.

Inspectors Josric Mifsud and Paula Ciantar prosecuted.
Lawyers Franco Debono, Marion Camilleri and Yanika Vidal were defence counsel.
Lawyers Ludvic Caruana and Janice Borg appeared parte civile.

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This naive, stupid woman got the taste of Multi-racialism.
Nobody had opened her eyes before she undertook this relationship.
No church, no politicians, no Media, no TV, nobody - she was simply brainwashed by the Lie of Equality.

How did this Black sub-human enter Malta?
Picked up by MOAS? Aided by Aditus and the JRS? Pampered by the Christian Cretin NGOs?
What was this piece of shit doing in Malta?

Women who befriend and cohabit with Blacks, are committing the worst sacrilege against Nature.
A heinous crime against the White Race.
In our world, all such women, will be booted out of White Lands -  they will become Outcasts, as with the Laws of Manu. 



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« Reply #386 on: December 22, 2017, 09:53:03 AM »

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20171222/local/one-child-abduction-attempt-reported.666246


Friday, December 22, 2017, 07:50 by Keith Micallef

Just one child abduction attempt reported in 2017
Number does not tally with Marsa residents’ claims


The police have only received one report of child abduction attempts in 2017, despite claims made by some Marsa residents that African migrants were behind a recent spate of such attempts.

Furthermore, it was not specified if this child abduction claim case was related at all with the claims made by residents.

A police spokesman said the investigation into the 2017 reports claim was still pending.

Concerns that children living close to the Marsa open centre could be at risk were raised last month following a report on the Sunday paper il-Mument. The story was based on a series of anonymous accounts by some mothers who complained they had witnessed various “abduction attempts” by African migrants.

Investigations are still ongoing
In the il-Mument report, one Marsa resident recounted that migrants were offering sweets to lure the children away. She claimed that a migrant had tried to abduct her child forcefully but luckily she managed to resist him by hitting him with a bottle.

According to the alleged victim, a police report had been filed.

The debate was stoked further, a few days following the publication of this story, by a Facebook post uploaded by a mother residing in Birżebbuġa – home to a sizeable migrant community most of whom have links with the nearby Ħal Far open centre.

The mother warned her followers to be vigilant, claiming that two “foreigners” had attempted to kidnap her son from his pushchair while in a shop in the locality.

However, her claim was subsequently challenged on the strength of CCTV footage handed over by the shop owner, who insisted no such incident had ever occurred.

Times of Malta delved deeper into these claims and requested official data on the number of police reports on attempted or actual child abductions involving migrants, which were filed this year.

It transpired that only one case had been reported, on which investigations are still ongoing. Moreover, it was not clear if this case involved migrants.

Last September, it was revealed that the Marsa open centre would be soon closed and all of its residents relocated to Ħal Far. The decision, however, was overturned, in the wake of complaints by Birżebbuġa residents who feared a further influx of migrants.

The government recently announced that the army would be patrolling "problematic" areas like Marsa and Birżebbuġa if the need arose.

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The zio-ToM always on the side of the Illegal Immigrants.
Always, but always against the Maltese People.
And notice how the zio got a picture showing the only well dressed Black in Marsa!

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« Reply #387 on: January 14, 2018, 09:38:05 PM »

http://www.one.com.mt/news/2018/01/14/glieda-kbira-fl-imsida/


BIR-RITRATTI: Ġlieda kbira fl-Imsida

Grupp kbir ta’ persuni barranin spiċċaw fl-idejn fl-Imsida. Il-ġlieda għaddeja bħalissa fi Triq Antonio Bosio fl-Imsida, bdiet għal ħabta tal-18,00.

Fuq il-post hemm għadd ta’ Pulizija tad-distrett flimkien ma’ membri tal-RIU biex jikkalmaw is-sitwazzjoni. Sorsi fuq il-post tal-inċident qalu lil one.com.mt li l-pulizija arrestat numru ta’ persuni involuti fil-ġlieda.

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Big fight among immigrants at Msida.
Number of arrests.
View photos.



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