Friday, November 24, 2017

{UAH} Alabama seniors say Roy Moore?s alleged actions were normal back then (HBO)

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Why MC Mariach looked gloomy at his intro

When with the boys, he could wear his smile, but could instantly switch off when with Lydia

MC Mariachi and his wife left their guests in shock as they looked gloomy all through the event. Lydia Bogere who was introducing Charles Kasozi to her parents was equally not smiling, were these two up for the intro after looking at these pics...Read More


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South London Cares launches Christmas challenge to tackle loneliness

The Brixton-based charity South London Cares that brings together younger and older neighbours is launching its Winter Wellbeing project. The annual project distributes free blankets, warm clothes, and fuel grants […]
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{UAH} WHAT THE HELL IS HAPPENING TO THESE EUROPEANS?

Finland: Rape of 10 y/o girl by Muslim asylum seeker overturned, deemed abusive sexual exploitation, perp sentenced to 3 years…….

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Outrageous decision, these judges should be tossed out on their ears or the law changed.

The 10-year-old girl did not object to adult male, so charge of rape was rejected – no evidence of helplessness or fearful situation

Person was convicted of abusive sexual exploitation of a child, sentenced to three years in prison. In the court of appeals, the petitioner appealed to the second paragraph of the rape, according to which rape does not require violence.

 

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The accusation of aggravated rape of a 10-year-old girl was rejected in the Turku Court of Appeals because the evidence was insufficient to prove that the act had been committed by forcing against the will of the girl.

The case caused an astonishment in March 2017 when Aamulehti announced the judgment. Later, many other media also discussed the subject. The events took place in a small town of Pirkanmaa between September and October 2016.

The District Court sentenced Juusuf Muhamed Abbud , an asylum-seeker, who was born in 1994, of abusive sexual exploitation of the child to three years in prison.

Attorney General Leena Koivuniemi says Abbud was in a sexual relationship with the child against the child’s will. According to the prosecution, among other things, a very young age of the child favored the prosecution of gross rape.

Oral and vaginal sexual intercourse occurred in the yard of the deserted apartment building.

Violence was not proven

The Pirkanmaan District Court stated that, due to the contradictions in the child’s preliminary investigation report, the prosecutor was unable to prove that the child had sexual intercourse against her will. In the second paragraph, a public statement entitled entitled wrote that Abbud did not appear to have forced a child into sexual intercourse by using violence.

A 10-year-old child can not give a valid consent to sexual intercourse because she is too young and undeveloped to understand the matter.

According to the first paragraph of rape, the rape is committed by someone who forces another sexual intercourse by using violence or threatening to use violence against a person.

The application of the clause has not been considered to require the victim to be physically fighting back.

According to the second moment, rape is also condemned if the act is made “by exploiting the fact that the other is unable to defend himself or to form or to express his will by exploiting the other due to uncontrollability, illness, disability, fear or other helpless state”.

The prosecutor appealed only to the first paragraph, namely the use of violence. Koivuniemi considered that the lack of consent specifically fulfilled the criterion of the sexual exploitation of an aggravated child.

Professor deems it was a rape

In an interview with Aamulehti , Professor of Criminal Law Matti Tolvanen was of the opinion that a mere physical superiority could, according to legal literature, suffice to satisfy the criteria of violence.

-If, in such a situation, the criterion of rape is not fulfilled, then you must already think about changing the law, Tolvanen said.

Also in the preliminary work of the law it is stated that the consent of the author is of age. The consentant must understand the meaning of consent.

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{UAH} WHAT DID TRUMP LIE ABOUT SWEDEN AGAIN?

‘Rape, robberies & murder: Swedish police lack resources to combat migrant crime wave’

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When the great migrant wave came to Sweden, the police did not have the resources to handle not only traditional Swedish problems but also the problems that came with the new kinds of criminals, says Swedish Democrats party member Nima Gholam Ali Pour.

Swedish police say they “cannot cope” with the growing number of rape cases in the country. That is what one journalist was told who wanted to know why a man suspected of raping a 12-year-old girl two months ago has not yet been questioned.

“It is not right that the police think that they don’t have time to investigate rape crimes. They need to review their priorities,” the country's Minister of Justice and Home Affairs Morgan Johansson said.

A member of the nationalist Swedish Democrats party Nima Gholam Ali Pour says the police lack the resources to combat the scourge of crime now sweeping parts of the country.

“The problem is the Swedish police just do not have enough resources,” Ali Pour told RT.

“They do not have the right laws in place to do their job. And for a long time, they lacked political support to do their job.”

“Rape is a problem in Sweden. But if the police had the right resources that other police forces have in other countries, then they could do their job,” he continued.

According to Nima Gholam Ali Pour, “the migrant issue is part of the problem – when we had a great migration wave into Sweden, the police were not prepared for it.”

“When the migrants came, and we had social problems and crime with it, the police did not have the resources to handle the situation. They had resources for the Swedish population and the problems in Sweden but not the problems that camewith the wave of migrants," he added.

In Malmo, for example, the third largest city in Sweden, Ali Pour said there are “a lot of murders, shootings, and the prosecutors do not have the resources to follow up on this.”

As a result, many criminal cases are going “unsolved.”

In Ali Pour’s view, “the government is now spending more on the police, but the problems are more structural. We have areas in Sweden where the police have issues doing their job – the so-called ‘no go zones.'”

“These problems are structural; you can’t solve that problem only with resources. You need to change laws, you need to support the police, you need to train the police to handle a new kind of population that is not as peaceful as the Swedish population or as Sweden has traditionally been. We have new kinds of criminals in Sweden that are much rougher and the Swedish police are not trained enough, they don’t have the equipment or the resources to do their job adequately,” he said.

 

 

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"Pamoja na Yoweri Museveni, Ssabassajja na Dk. Kiiza Besigye, Uganda ni katika machafuko"

 


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{UAH} SWEDISH LITTLE MOGADISHUS OPENLY SELL DRUGS AND CARRY GUNS

‘Youth gangs openly sell drugs, carry guns in Swedish no-go zones’ – local shopkeeper to RT

Sixty-one neighborhoods throughout the country were identified in the latest Swedish police report as vulnerable areas, with 23 being categorized as particularly vulnerable, up from 15 last year. These hotspots are “characterized by a low socio-economic status where criminals have an impact on the local community,” according to the police definition.

An estimated 5,000 criminals are operating in these areas, making up around 200 criminal networks in total, according to the report. Witnesses are sometimes afraid to talk to police, and the presence of criminal gangs and the high levels of poverty and marginalization makes it harder for officers to do their job.

“If you run a company in this area, insurance companies do not want to insure you,” Salam Kurda, a local Kurdish shopkeeper and chairman of the corporate association in Husby, Stockholm, told RT. “One of the basic requirements for being a successful entrepreneur is safety, but the risk is quite big today.”

“If your life is at risk, money does not help,” he added. “There has been quite a lot of shooting, very brutal mistreatment of our entrepreneurs, a lot of robbery, so the entrepreneurs have decided to change jobs or move to another area.”

“These people have not been taken care of by society. Society needs to keep the youth busy, make it difficult for them to end up in trouble. They are being used by adults. They sell drugs openly. They carry weapons,” Kurda said.

These deprived neighborhoods have largely immigrant or foreign-born populations, with a higher unemployment rate compared to native Swedes. These neighborhoods also serve as a breeding ground for radicalization and Islamist extremism. According to the Swedish Defense University, 70 percent of jihadi fighters that left Sweden to join Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) terrorists came from these “vulnerable areas.”

“The problem is the cultural difference and that these immigrants that come to Sweden do not want to integrate, or some of them do not want to integrate. We see this especially in many of the European countries where they have taken a lot of immigrants,” Danish TV editor and host Jonas Christensen told RT.

“We don’t see it in, for example, Poland or Hungary. But in Germany, or in the country where I live, in Denmark, we also have no-go zones, in Copenhagen for example; and Sweden also, especially in places where they have taken in a lot of immigrants,” he explained.

“We see these problems also in France and Belgium. And in Sweden, government people, they don’t want to admit that this is actually a problem so they don’t want to mention these no-go zones as no-go zones.”

Successive waves of refugees and migrants have come to Sweden for decades, first escaping war zones in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, and now from Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia. Fully integrating these arrivals, who often come from conservative Muslim societies, into liberal cosmopolitan Sweden, has proved to be a challenge. In late 2015, Sweden finally tightened up its generous entry policy, cutting welfare payments and insisting that new immigrants present valid ID documents.

The term 'no-go zone' was originally coined by Swedish journalist Per Gudmundson in a 2014 editorial for the newspaper SvD, shortly after the publication of a police report that originally identified 55 vulnerable areas.

“The police does not use the term ‘no go-zones.' It is originally military slang for areas under rebel control. But the question is if there are any clearer description of locations were ‘the public in many cases experience it as if it is the criminals that rule the areas’ and where ‘police have not been able to fulfill their tasks,’” Gudmundson wrote.

Over the past few years there have been numerous notorious incidents connected to these areas, including: a spate of car burnings and gang-related shootings; a car bombing which killed four people, including a 4 year-old girl; a grenade attack which killed an 8 year-old boy; and even a riot that broke out mere days after US President Donald Trump rather preemptively made a speech about what happened “last night in Sweden.”

Although the list of vulnerable areas in Sweden has grown, this allegedly has more to do with the police reclassifying certain areas based on better intelligence rather than an actual deterioration in the neighborhoods themselves. Statistically, Sweden remains one of the world’s most developed, wealthy and low-crime countries.

Nevertheless, police certainly face difficulties maintaining law-and-order in these areas. In 2014, the police station in the Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby, also known as Little Mogadishu, had to be abandoned after it was firebombed.

 

 

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                 Thé Mulindwas Communication Group
"With Yoweri Museveni, Ssabassajja and Dr. Kiiza Besigye, Uganda is in anarchy"
                    
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"Pamoja na Yoweri Museveni, Ssabassajja na Dk. Kiiza Besigye, Uganda ni katika machafuko"

 


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Thursday, November 23, 2017

{UAH} As Robert Mugabe finds a new home, here?s where other African dictators went to retire

As Robert Mugabe finds a new home, here's where other African dictators went to retire


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