Interior file open for serious three riot police overstepping
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Interior file open for serious three riot police overstepping

Police : Poland | Aug 24, 2011 at 6:44 PM PDT
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The Directorate-General of Police has initiated disciplinary proceedings for misconduct three riot involved in an assault on pedestrians during last Thursday's protest against police charges of police charges after the march in Madrid against secular public expenditure caused Pope's visit. The incident was videotaped and have been around the world on the Web.Agents are the records that struck last Thursday a slap in the face of Katerina M., lower in white who was passing the street from Atocha and the two heads of the unit.The Director General of Police and Civil Guard, Francisco Javier Velázquez, has ordered the measure this afternoon to consider the agents overstepped their duties and failed methods of operation rules for the agents of the Police Intervention Unit (PIU , riot).Velazquez has decided to open the file once it has been completed quickly open the confidential information by the Police Headquarters in Madrid, which had initiated the investigation following the dissemination of the video that shows the attack on the lower and another young man who was with her (and tried to get her away from the cops), and the subsequent pounding of a photographer who captured the events. In the confidential information the three agents have not declared and has resulted in the retrieval of facts, which have been collected by the instructor of record.The file will now follow a stream, so does not mean the immediate imposition of sanctions, although it could lead to the temporary withdrawal of service. However, its resolution could temporarily paralyzed if you open a criminal case (a possible lack of unjust vexation) for this issue. The possible penalty for misconduct ranging from suspension from duty for five days to three months.A spokesman for the Federal Police Union (PFU), Alfredo Perdiguero, criticized Wednesday that politicians "are never responsible for anything" and always pay "those on the street and obey" orders. "By its inaction, not to send, not to enforce the law ... we who in the end we paid, which sanction. It shows the end that, by the unwillingness of politicians, the easier it is to punish the good god, apply the disciplinary by social pressures, depending on which people, "he added.

Shaziakhan is based in Kahror Pakka, Punjab, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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