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Dodgy AF - NSW Mafia
Way to go NSW police. I would have expected nothing less than maximum brutality. Quite the impressive police state you got going there Sydney...
Recently NSW state police force used a taser on a 95 year old lady, putting her in a coma.
The Police said they would not release the body cam footage to the public "because it was not in the public's interest".
What the Police and the system in general mean by "the public's interest" is their own corporate interest.
In my upcoming trial the Police, Channel 9 and ASIO have all requested the courts omit evidence that helps our case because the evidence is "not in the publics interest". They have held closed courts to determine whether the evidence that supports us is in "the publics interest or not".
Judge Gucciardo ruled that despite the evidence being beneficial to us, and despite the Open Courts Act, he ruled that the evidence would be "injurious to the State and therefore not in the publics interest".
This is how the tyranny works in Australia.
Get used to being a tax slave with effectively zero human rights with zero dignity afforded you by your rulers and mafia.
NSW Police explaining why they TASERED a 95-year-old woman in a walking frame.
Tasered 95-year-old dementia patient now in ‘end of life’ care (May 21, 2023)
Questions arise regarding NSW Police protocols as a 95-year-old dementia patient is critically injured following a taser incident.
In a tragic incident in New South Wales, an elderly dementia sufferer is now under end-of-life care after an unfortunate encounter with the police involving a taser. This occurred at the Yallambee Lodge, a nursing home located near Cooma.
A longtime friend of the family, Andrew Thaler, relayed to Sky News that the victim, Clare Nowland, 95, has been clinging to life at Cooma District Hospital for the past five days.
Describing the incident as "an utterly harsh act" considering her age and frail physical stature, Thaler revealed that Nowland suffered a fractured skull and a significant brain haemorrhage as a result of being tasered.
He shared his concerns on Monday saying, “Support has been overwhelming, my social media channels are flooded with messages, it's significant to see this level of care from around the globe, even a Brazilian newspaper has reported on the incident.”
Nowland, formerly an enthusiastic golfer and active participant in local church activities, was visited in the hospital on Sunday by Father Mark Croker who provided an update on her condition to the Daily Telegraph.
He noted her peaceful appearance, despite being unconscious, and shared the continuous visits of her large family, comprising eight children, 24 grandchildren, and 31 great-grandchildren, who were present in the hospital, providing comfort and speaking to her.
Father Croker said, “They say your hearing is the last sense to fade, so we are certain she can hear us.”
When questioned by Ben Fordham from 2GB regarding the omission of the taser usage in the initial police report, NSW Police Commissioner Karen Webb assured that nothing was being concealed and stressed the importance of informing the family accurately before releasing a public statement.
The tragic turn of events occurred after police were called to the care facility in the early hours of a Wednesday morning, following reports of Nowland brandishing a steak knife.
Despite attempts to negotiate with Nowland, a senior constable discharged his taser when she allegedly approached the officers, resulting in her falling and sustaining a life-threatening head injury.
Commissioner Webb said the officer who discharged his taser was currently not undertaking office duties and that he was receiving support from his command.
However, she faced criticism for not viewing the audio footage from the officer's body camera. Thaler criticised Webb's decision, raising concerns about how an effective investigation could be conducted without viewing the incident.
With a wave of empathy pouring into the town for the victim, there is an urgent call from the community for reassurance that the right course of action is being followed.
This incident has sparked a critical internal police investigation.
Who do NSW Police serve?
Lockdownerism in NSW during WuFlu hysteria
well NSW cops keep shining through with their true corporate colors and callous intent ever keen to bash the fash
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