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    Who's at fault? The policeman performing his duty or the civilian who was breaking the law?

    Its obvious wat the answer is...

    he broke the law...
    he threatened the police officer...
    he swung the chair at him...
    he did not listen to his warnings..


    ...he got shot.

    His fault, his mistake, his problem!!

    END OF STORY. END OF THREAD


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    In school, a monitor/prefect engage fighting with another boy.

    the monitor/prefect has no sin doing the fight, always right ?
    Always immune from suspect of wrong doing and guilty because of special status and privilege ?

    but the other boy fighting with the monitor/prefect is always sinful and wrong ??


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    Tragedy and Farce in Hong Kong
    Written by Philip Bowring
    Friday, 03 April 2009
    Race relations in the SAR take a tumble
    Asia Sentinel - Tragedy and Farce in Hong Kong

    'Grave concern' over police shooting
    28-03-2009
    (Read the comments by visitors as well)
    'Grave concern' over police shooting


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vrindavan:
    Tragedy and Farce in Hong Kong
    Written by Philip Bowring
    Friday, 03 April 2009
    Race relations in the SAR take a tumble
    Asia Sentinel - Tragedy and Farce in Hong Kong

    'Grave concern' over police shooting
    28-03-2009
    (Read the comments by visitors as well)
    'Grave concern' over police shooting
    Absurd. Talk about over the top headlines and stories.

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    Independent Police Complaints Council (IPCC)

    The Secretary for Security has appointed 1 June 2009 as the commencement date for the IPCC Ordinance. The statutory IPCC will be established on the same day.

    Independent Police Complaints Council
    Independent Police Complaints Council

    Last edited by Vrindavan; 14-04-2009 at 02:49 PM.

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    any news regarding this case now ?


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    According to the autopsy report, no traces of alcohol or any drug was found. And no pepper spray particles found on mouth and nose, shot was fired from at least 1 feet distance etc....

    Wife of the deceased filed lawsuit against police officers for defaming / spreading rumors about the bad characters of the man to justify the shooting...

    Barrister appointed to represent the family...

    Legal aid application approved...

    Goverment has provided cost for the funeral, and living arrangements for the family....

    All these mentioned in a lengthy report published by the HK Nepalese Federation (written in Nepalese).

    The body was cremated on 7 June after specialists determined that a 2nd autopsy was not necessary. The funeral was attended by family members, a large number of Nepalese and government representative.


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    Shooting death inquest begins

    Shooting death inquest begins

    07-09-2009

    The inquest has opened into the death of a Nepalese man, Limbu Dilbahadur, who was shot by a police constable in Homantin last March. A five-member coroner's jury will hear evidence from more than 40 witnesses. The hearing is expected to last about a month.

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    None of us where there. I feel bad for the man who was shot but we do not know if it was a racial incident. Funny how all the Anglo Saxon reporters cry foul when they too were not there. What about in the US where a black man is shot on video by a white officer while already handcuffed? Or in the UK where Asian Indians are routinely racially profiled? Or in AUS where Chinese students are targeted by skin heads? Why doenst the reporter write about those stories and acknowledge the discrimination? Any time you face 5-0, the rule of logic is to yield control of the sitiation. They are trained to take control of a situation. If you struggle with them for it, they have to escalate and in this case getting hit over the head with a chair would mean officer down. That's a no no. I think 5-0 in Hong Kong is highly professional. I'm not commening on the case since I was not there and neither where any of you including the reporter who acts like he has a higher moral standard because he is supposed to be Anglo and thus neutral. I say tell him to look in the mirror before he crys foul when he was not a direct witness to the incident.

    Last edited by TWISM; 07-09-2009 at 02:56 PM.

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