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Colie Mort (1 day ago)
They are the terrorists
Colie Mort (1 day ago)
They are all ignorant and they are obstructing justice.
hph081000 (2 days ago)
Good.
Kim Pickens (3 days ago)
The guy they interviewed was not a long time Oregonian, listen to his southern drawl. And hes @ least a half bubble off plumb
Richard Madden (3 days ago)
@2:19... A full auto pepper ball gun!!! Thank you to all the men and women of ICE! Semper fi, Keep America Great!
OMG THEY'RE SO IGNORANT!!! GET EM ICE!!!
Jay Jay ingocnito (4 days ago)
I will arrest this protestors and really start to dig into their past and record and lock them away for all they did
Jay Jay ingocnito (4 days ago)
the guy with the glasses and hat sounds a bit fucked up from meth or some drug
Jay Jay ingocnito (4 days ago)
Gooodie
FLOYD Galvin (4 days ago)
I like that, you mess with the bull you get the horn!😄 These libs need to be put in check! As a Canadian...make America great again! We need you!
rbodell (5 days ago)
I could never be a cop. I hate to repeat myself.
James Orr (5 days ago)
Send them all back
TheQwazzy (5 days ago)
Come off it they could have done a lot worse to the idiots! Hope the process them for perverting the course of justice and get a record!
Carl Schnackel (5 days ago)
Why does every "interviewee" seem like they have about a 2nd grade education?
Mockery Channel (5 days ago)
Watching STINKY HIPPIES getting STICK-BEATEN like DOGS is so SATISFYING.
Chileshe (5 days ago)
Hell yeah! Fuck em up!
owen prince (5 days ago)
this liar is NOT a reporter. She is the enemy of the people of the USA because she does NOT report news. She tells lies because these are NOT protesters who got arrested. They are radical, left-wing anarchists, criminals who want the destruction of the US and she did NOT identify them for who they are. That makes her their accomplice in crime. They are NOT protesters so she lied. They think it is ok to block roads and attack officers and claim that is a protest.. I think those police were way to easy on those criminals.
T C. (5 days ago)
This is by far one of the funniest casts... Antifa member dropped like a bag of manure from a skyscraper.😂
Cherri Zirkel (5 days ago)
That thing I guess it was a man that looked like some genetic anomaly from family incest out Of Arkansas hills with weird tits and bizarre muscles got what was coming to him and his boy!
talkisreallycheap (6 days ago)
lol....federal protest charges are not a joke. They range from 5-15 years. Have fun getting anal raped by Tyrone for the next decade.
Shane Beaudrot (6 days ago)
Lol! "Too much soy for that little one", lol!
Jeffrey Moss (6 days ago)
ABOUT FUCKING TIME!
Derealized (6 days ago)
"Look at what they're doing!" I know isn't it great! About time. Now that that's over with, how about growing up and getting jobs. Maybe it's time to stop playing hero and move out of your parents houses. The jobs are there now so...
Orlando Estrella (6 days ago)
THESE SAVAGES, THEY HATE AMERICA YET, THEY WANT AMERICAN RIGHTS. HYPOCRITES. GOT WHAT YOU DESERVE. YOU NEED TO RESPECT LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Ralph Miller (6 days ago)
Beautiful! To bad they wern't shooting rubber bullets! All antifa and black lives matter should be treated thus!
Bob Hager (6 days ago)
Just run them over
Terri Castonzo (6 days ago)
Good thing your doing police, keep it up, they deserve everything your doing & more!!!!!!!!!I love ice👍🏻
Jarrett Scheiding (7 days ago)
"what tha fuck!" The honestly didnt think that was a possibility . Ignorance at its worst.
Terry Thiessen (7 days ago)
Should have used buck shot.
Gary C (7 days ago)
It is about time these anarchist get their just awards. Don't let it stop here.
Fuckface Face (7 days ago)
Hahahahaha
Debbie Harden (7 days ago)
Look at what they are doing???? They were doing there job idiot.
Loretta Sanchez (8 days ago)
The DEMONrats are squirming!!
VALHALLA BOUND (8 days ago)
That 1 libtard sounded like he'd like some pepper balls on his chin!!😂😂😂
Sharrard (8 days ago)
Could this Sport replace the NFL? That was Awesome!!! Go Big Blue!
Clinton Chadwell (8 days ago)
I support ice, the president and the us
RedneckSpaceMan (8 days ago)
That's "merciless"
Janie Burkhart (8 days ago)
Way to go ICE, KEEP DOING IT UNTIL THESE IDIOTS STOP WITH THEIR BULLSHIT.
Michelle Miller (8 days ago)
ITS ABOUT DAMN TIME WE TAKE THESE LIBERAL ,PEA BRAIN, DRUG ADDICT, SHITBAGS DOWN.
Michelle Miller (8 days ago)
YAY. GOOD JOB TRUMP
STRFLTCMND. (9 days ago)
did home boy lose his dentures?
devo8466 (9 days ago)
SMASH Antifa!
SQUIRE LOVA (9 days ago)
Just doing their job, those Soros & Co.paid junkie whores. So the United States officers were forced to do their job too, preventing a continuing Malicious foreign invasion. "Latino" cops would have shot them dead after a tortuous interrogation, but here they get the EDP treatment
DOC (9 days ago)
THAT'S RIGHT LOCK THEY ASS UP AND THROW AWAY THE KEY.
danny breeding (9 days ago)
CRY snowflakes CRY its time to find a job the free ride is over...GO TRUMP GO...
Bill C (9 days ago)
Man,,,,,,, I could watch that ALL DAY..  I almost broke out a bag of pop corn.
Donnie Merritt (9 days ago)
LOL 😉
eirwal777 (9 days ago)
Finish the wall, then drop all these agitators off the south side of the wall..........I would think that illegal American migrants would be treated even more harshly by the cartel run government of Mexico......they should think twice about that future before they try to pull stunts like this...........and dropping them off the south side of the "wall" in the desert surely is cheaper than using a plane to deport people
eirwal777 (9 days ago)
Videos just go to prove that ICE is effective ...........DO NOT MESS WITH OR IMPEDE THEM .........they have legal authority given by the US government.........and they know how to deal with illegals and illegal immigrant mischief supporting sympathizers
Brian Marshall (9 days ago)
The use of deadly force should be authorized
I. Kamen Sider (9 days ago)
In my opinion, they should use live rounds.
Tulsatom Bob (10 days ago)
Antifa got the justice their sorry dumb asses deserved. LMAO!!!
tankcommander33 (10 days ago)
That is awesome, good job cops. Way to handle business
George Seckman (10 days ago)
Lol i love to see a bunch of libtard dumb fucks getting hosed down with pepper spray.. poor brain washed dumb fucks..
Me too (10 days ago)
So imagine what's gonna happen to all the cops when the ppl in this country have finally had enough of the brutality and ppl start fighting back against the police.the day is coming I believe when ppl just dont take the brutality anymore.but then again I could be wrong.
Richard Stubblefield (10 days ago)
I love the sound of automatic fire early in the morning
Finest5 (10 days ago)
Bright orange really smelly gas. I'm dying.
DmaxHd (10 days ago)
Next time just run them over ! Then back up and go forward again !
DmaxHd (10 days ago)
The one punch Trump supporter deserves a Medal ! I'd buy him a pint !
DmaxHd (10 days ago)
TAZE their asses ! Leave it on for a while !
DmaxHd (10 days ago)
NICE ! Kick their ass ICE !
Lisa Sanchez (10 days ago)
One punch. :)
Lisa Sanchez (10 days ago)
They asked for it.
John Dough (11 days ago)
Good fap
I was trying to let people know what was going on.....NO YOU JUST SHOW WHAT A WANKER YOU ARE AND YOUR FRIENDS ARE...WANKERS......MAGA..RE ELECT 45
R Cruz (11 days ago)
Put those protesters in the bus and deport them too
Chris M (11 days ago)
I don’t know why but I kept rewinding to 5:29....
Robert Boudah (11 days ago)
Awesome vid! 🙌
Mark Hoffman (11 days ago)
I'm just pissed ! I'm pissed I was NOT that cop with that pepper ball gun ! Good times..but next time please aim for the face !
Walt Gibbs (11 days ago)
This is exactly what needs to happen to these worthlesss muslims they are a very big issue and they just like the crooked cops need to be taught like this with a hand to their mouth or layed down for good if hands arent enough
dortot1 (11 days ago)
So they want to act look fools and break the law and expect people to feel sorry them?? Idiots. You don't like roads like a bunch of tards
Thomus Wulph (11 days ago)
Once the border wall is built, all these "anti american saftey" crybabies should be put on the other side. Maybe they will feel better after a siesta!
Kenneth Edwards (11 days ago)
Throw rocks & block feds. The government has always done the same thing. The receiving crowd is the only difference ! IDIOTS ! These people are breaking the law ! People dont do this unless they know what's comming. If they don't they are stupid ! THIS IS AN ILLIGAL IMMAGRATION FEDERAL ORGANIZATION! These protesters are from another world. THIS IS AMERICA. (My group wants illigal immagration! Most of America does not motherfuckers, thats why we have government you stupid animals). YOU ARE NOT THE MAJORITY IN A STATE THAT IS BREAKING THE LAW TO THE CONSTERNATION OF THE MAJORITY OF ITS CITIZENS .!
baa baa (11 days ago)
Look at what they're doing they're actually enforcing the law !! How dare they! GO fuck yaself lady record all you want ONLY ones breaking laws are the illegal immigrants and the ones that like to be friend them
baa baa (11 days ago)
They start all this mayhem and them when people come around to stop it they stand around saying what the fok what the fok as if it just happened out of the blow lol don't start shit. You would think that if you're undocumented you would want to keep your fuckings mouth shut and stay in the house come on out will get you and will send your ass back after all that is your only.. We're not gonna have this in the streets of this country. I don't want my kids living in this carnival country
baa baa (11 days ago)
Undocumented ? Be afraid! You wanna play with the big boys you gonna get hurt.. And as for any American who is standing up for these illegal immigrants your ass can go back with them
baa baa (11 days ago)
GOOD!!
JP Duffy (11 days ago)
Fantastic. Let's see how tough they are in future if the know they will be taken down.
bosun , (11 days ago)
Great job by ice protect and serve especially in portland Oregon where the local government refuses to allow the lawinforcement to do there job.
Mick Mick (12 days ago)
Kick every one in the goddamm teeth
B Laquisha (12 days ago)
Somehow the guy interviewed in the tee shirt doesn't look like someone who has a dog in this fight. Paid protester?
Henry Goodwin (12 days ago)
Walk away or run
ZZBUDZZ (12 days ago)
Next time use real bullets , that way you won't have to deal with the same ones again in the future!
Carson Randolph (12 days ago)
Too bad more didn't go to jail.
Anantavijaya Das (13 days ago)
I was born there. Don't live there now. 3 guesses why.
Buster (13 days ago)
Brilliant, about time
Johnnie Wahl (13 days ago)
We know what's going on you should be shot on spot
Erik Zayas (13 days ago)
I would have shot at their heads. Nice pepper ball skills.
Jackie Meintjes (13 days ago)
Illegals are there to kill, steal and destroy! Hallo tell me I am wrong. Read your Bibles, kneel and pray and ask YHWH to reveal the truth to us.
Ruach Hako'desh (13 days ago)
Isaiah 56:6 Also the sons of the stranger, that join themselves to the Lord, to serve him, and to love the name of the Lord, to be his servants, every one that keepeth the sabbath from polluting it, and taketh hold of my covenant; 7 Even them will I bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my house of prayer: their burnt offerings and their sacrifices shall be accepted upon mine altar; for mine house shall be called an house of prayer for all people. Jeremiah 7:11 Is this house, which is called by my name, become a den of robbers in your eyes? Behold, even I have seen it, saith the Lord. Matthew 21: And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves. Mark 11: And he taught, saying unto them, Is it not written, My house shall be called of all nations the house of prayer? but ye have made it a den of thieves.
Country living (13 days ago)
not a protest it was an attempt to block a law enforcement operation, they were expecting this to be handled like every other campus riot where the left leaning local government tells the law enforcement to stand down. got what you asked for
Ruach Hako'desh (13 days ago)
Should be ashamed of yourselves, first and second should be very concerned that such violence will be used upon and against you. Taking into account that crimes against humanity are among the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole, warrant and entail individual responsibility, and require conduct which is impermissible under generally applicable international law, as recognized by the principal of all legal systems of the world. It is incorrect to refer to them, who have arrive without authorization as illegals, as they in fact have a lawful right to do so. Ultimately, that neither war, human rights abuses, development projects nor disaster are in, and of themselves justifiable grounds upon which to legitimize the arbitrary or unlawful acquisition, or misappropriation over the displaced persons. Has they continue to retain rights. Grounded firmly in existing international law, policy and best practices. Because they are perceived as being different by that society, constitute a particular social group, thus face persecution. Acts of physical or mental violence, by everyone including police violence, and/or judicial violence by measures which are in themselves discriminatory or which are implemented in a discriminatory manner; prosecution and punishment, which is disproportionate or discriminatory; denial of judicial redress resulting in a disproportionate or discriminatory punishment. The collection of extraordinary contributions, of the whole community at the very least the passive responsibility and failure to act. Collective punishments and threats to commit them are prohibited ‘at any time and in any place whatsoever’ that collective punishment, alongside other forms of repression, ‘shall be considered criminal’, of Crimes Against the Peace and Security of Mankind, ‘an exceptionally serious war crime’. Serious, that is to say, constitute a breach of a rule protecting important values, and the breach involves grave consequences for the victims. Crimes against humanity of imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty. Crimes against humanity of torture. Crime against humanity of persecution. Crimes against humanity of other inhumane acts. Crime against humanity of imprisonment, Imprisoning or otherwise depriving one or more persons of liberty under circumstance where the gravity of the conduct is in violation of fundamental rules of international law. Crime against humanity of enforced disappearance of persons. Severely depriving one or more persons of fundamental rights, contrary to international law, based upon political, racial, national, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender or other grounds universally recognized as impermissible under international law. Crime against humanity of apartheid. Committing an inhumane act against one or more persons in the context of an institutionalized regime of systematic oppression and domination by one group over any other group or groups. Malice aforethought exist of mind recognized as constituting "malice", reckless indifference to an unjustifiably high risk to human life through criminal acts and omissions constitute an actus reus in combination with the mens rea. Whereas in accordance with applicable human rights and refugee law standards as set out in relevant international instruments ensuring the realization of refugees' and internally displaced persons' and there rights. Article 25 (1) provides that “[e]veryone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care.” Article 17 of the ICCPR provides for the right to freedom from interference with the home. Article 11 of the ACHR and Article 8 of the ECHR also provide for this right. Paragraphs 1 and 4 of the UN Commission on Human Rights Resolution 1993/77 (1993) define forced evictions as a “gross violation of human rights” and call for “immediate restitution, compensation and/or appropriate and sufficient alternative accommodation or land, consistent with their wishes and needs, to persons and communities that have been forcibly evicted.”Forced evictions constitute gross violations of a range of internationally recognized human rights, including the human rights to adequate housing, food, water, health, education, work, security of the person, freedom from cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment, and freedom of movement. Sections of the ICESCR form the foundation for rights that impose affirmative duties on the state to provide services. Article 12 of the ICESCR re-quires governments to recognize "the right of everyone to the enjoyment to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health." Whereas restitution is justified as a remedy for violations of housing rights, the implication is that victims will be reinstated in their rights over the homes from which they were displaced, whether they owned them or not. Article 25 (1) provides that “[e]veryone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care.” Article 17 of the ICCPR provides for the right to freedom from interference with the home. Article 11 of the ACHR and Article 8 of the ECHR also provide for this right. Paragraphs 1 and 4 of the UN Commission on Human Rights Resolution 1993/77 (1993) define forced evictions as a “gross violation of human rights” and call for “immediate restitution, compensation and/or appropriate and sufficient alternative accommodation or land, consistent with their wishes and needs, to persons and communities that have been forcibly evicted.”
Rudy Fernandez (14 days ago)
Thats how it's done go ice kick there ass's. 😊😁😃😂
Rudy Fernandez (13 days ago)
There doing there job keeping the shit out of the USA. GO TRUMP 😛
Ruach Hako'desh (13 days ago)
Should be ashamed of yourselves, first and second should be very concerned that such violence will be used upon and against you. Taking into account that crimes against humanity are among the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole, warrant and entail individual responsibility, and require conduct which is impermissible under generally applicable international law, as recognized by the principal of all legal systems of the world. It is incorrect to refer to them, who have arrive without authorization as illegals, as they in fact have a lawful right to do so. Ultimately, that neither war, human rights abuses, development projects nor disaster are in, and of themselves justifiable grounds upon which to legitimize the arbitrary or unlawful acquisition, or misappropriation over the displaced persons. Has they continue to retain rights. Grounded firmly in existing international law, policy and best practices. Because they are perceived as being different by that society, constitute a particular social group, thus face persecution. Acts of physical or mental violence, by everyone including police violence, and/or judicial violence by measures which are in themselves discriminatory or which are implemented in a discriminatory manner; prosecution and punishment, which is disproportionate or discriminatory; denial of judicial redress resulting in a disproportionate or discriminatory punishment. The collection of extraordinary contributions, of the whole community at the very least the passive responsibility and failure to act. Collective punishments and threats to commit them are prohibited ‘at any time and in any place whatsoever’ that collective punishment, alongside other forms of repression, ‘shall be considered criminal’, of Crimes Against the Peace and Security of Mankind, ‘an exceptionally serious war crime’. Serious, that is to say, constitute a breach of a rule protecting important values, and the breach involves grave consequences for the victims. Crimes against humanity of imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty. Crimes against humanity of torture. Crime against humanity of persecution. Crimes against humanity of other inhumane acts. Crime against humanity of imprisonment, Imprisoning or otherwise depriving one or more persons of liberty under circumstance where the gravity of the conduct is in violation of fundamental rules of international law. Crime against humanity of enforced disappearance of persons. Severely depriving one or more persons of fundamental rights, contrary to international law, based upon political, racial, national, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender or other grounds universally recognized as impermissible under international law. Crime against humanity of apartheid. Committing an inhumane act against one or more persons in the context of an institutionalized regime of systematic oppression and domination by one group over any other group or groups. Malice aforethought exist of mind recognized as constituting "malice", reckless indifference to an unjustifiably high risk to human life through criminal acts and omissions constitute an actus reus in combination with the mens rea. Whereas in accordance with applicable human rights and refugee law standards as set out in relevant international instruments ensuring the realization of refugees' and internally displaced persons' and there rights. Article 25 (1) provides that “[e]veryone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care.” Article 17 of the ICCPR provides for the right to freedom from interference with the home. Article 11 of the ACHR and Article 8 of the ECHR also provide for this right. Paragraphs 1 and 4 of the UN Commission on Human Rights Resolution 1993/77 (1993) define forced evictions as a “gross violation of human rights” and call for “immediate restitution, compensation and/or appropriate and sufficient alternative accommodation or land, consistent with their wishes and needs, to persons and communities that have been forcibly evicted.”Forced evictions constitute gross violations of a range of internationally recognized human rights, including the human rights to adequate housing, food, water, health, education, work, security of the person, freedom from cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment, and freedom of movement. Sections of the ICESCR form the foundation for rights that impose affirmative duties on the state to provide services. Article 12 of the ICESCR re-quires governments to recognize "the right of everyone to the enjoyment to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health." Whereas restitution is justified as a remedy for violations of housing rights, the implication is that victims will be reinstated in their rights over the homes from which they were displaced, whether they owned them or not. Article 25 (1) provides that “[e]veryone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care.” Article 17 of the ICCPR provides for the right to freedom from interference with the home. Article 11 of the ACHR and Article 8 of the ECHR also provide for this right. Paragraphs 1 and 4 of the UN Commission on Human Rights Resolution 1993/77 (1993) define forced evictions as a “gross violation of human rights” and call for “immediate restitution, compensation and/or appropriate and sufficient alternative accommodation or land, consistent with their wishes and needs, to persons and communities that have been forcibly evicted.”
Boomerisadog (14 days ago)
So satisfying 😍😂🤣😂
Scott K (14 days ago)
Well done officers.
Ruach Hako'desh (13 days ago)
Should be ashamed of yourselves, first and second should be very concerned that such violence will be used upon and against you. Taking into account that crimes against humanity are among the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole, warrant and entail individual responsibility, and require conduct which is impermissible under generally applicable international law, as recognized by the principal of all legal systems of the world. It is incorrect to refer to them, who have arrive without authorization as illegals, as they in fact have a lawful right to do so. Ultimately, that neither war, human rights abuses, development projects nor disaster are in, and of themselves justifiable grounds upon which to legitimize the arbitrary or unlawful acquisition, or misappropriation over the displaced persons. Has they continue to retain rights. Grounded firmly in existing international law, policy and best practices. Because they are perceived as being different by that society, constitute a particular social group, thus face persecution. Acts of physical or mental violence, by everyone including police violence, and/or judicial violence by measures which are in themselves discriminatory or which are implemented in a discriminatory manner; prosecution and punishment, which is disproportionate or discriminatory; denial of judicial redress resulting in a disproportionate or discriminatory punishment. The collection of extraordinary contributions, of the whole community at the very least the passive responsibility and failure to act. Collective punishments and threats to commit them are prohibited ‘at any time and in any place whatsoever’ that collective punishment, alongside other forms of repression, ‘shall be considered criminal’, of Crimes Against the Peace and Security of Mankind, ‘an exceptionally serious war crime’. Serious, that is to say, constitute a breach of a rule protecting important values, and the breach involves grave consequences for the victims. Crimes against humanity of imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty. Crimes against humanity of torture. Crime against humanity of persecution. Crimes against humanity of other inhumane acts. Crime against humanity of imprisonment, Imprisoning or otherwise depriving one or more persons of liberty under circumstance where the gravity of the conduct is in violation of fundamental rules of international law. Crime against humanity of enforced disappearance of persons. Severely depriving one or more persons of fundamental rights, contrary to international law, based upon political, racial, national, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender or other grounds universally recognized as impermissible under international law. Crime against humanity of apartheid. Committing an inhumane act against one or more persons in the context of an institutionalized regime of systematic oppression and domination by one group over any other group or groups. Malice aforethought exist of mind recognized as constituting "malice", reckless indifference to an unjustifiably high risk to human life through criminal acts and omissions constitute an actus reus in combination with the mens rea. Whereas in accordance with applicable human rights and refugee law standards as set out in relevant international instruments ensuring the realization of refugees' and internally displaced persons' and there rights. Article 25 (1) provides that “[e]veryone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care.” Article 17 of the ICCPR provides for the right to freedom from interference with the home. Article 11 of the ACHR and Article 8 of the ECHR also provide for this right. Paragraphs 1 and 4 of the UN Commission on Human Rights Resolution 1993/77 (1993) define forced evictions as a “gross violation of human rights” and call for “immediate restitution, compensation and/or appropriate and sufficient alternative accommodation or land, consistent with their wishes and needs, to persons and communities that have been forcibly evicted.”Forced evictions constitute gross violations of a range of internationally recognized human rights, including the human rights to adequate housing, food, water, health, education, work, security of the person, freedom from cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment, and freedom of movement. Sections of the ICESCR form the foundation for rights that impose affirmative duties on the state to provide services. Article 12 of the ICESCR re-quires governments to recognize "the right of everyone to the enjoyment to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health." Whereas restitution is justified as a remedy for violations of housing rights, the implication is that victims will be reinstated in their rights over the homes from which they were displaced, whether they owned them or not. Article 25 (1) provides that “[e]veryone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care.” Article 17 of the ICCPR provides for the right to freedom from interference with the home. Article 11 of the ACHR and Article 8 of the ECHR also provide for this right. Paragraphs 1 and 4 of the UN Commission on Human Rights Resolution 1993/77 (1993) define forced evictions as a “gross violation of human rights” and call for “immediate restitution, compensation and/or appropriate and sufficient alternative accommodation or land, consistent with their wishes and needs, to persons and communities that have been forcibly evicted.”
Jesse Thorson (14 days ago)
deport all these fuckers
Ruach Hako'desh (13 days ago)
Should be ashamed of yourselves, first and second should be very concerned that such violence will be used upon and against you. Taking into account that crimes against humanity are among the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole, warrant and entail individual responsibility, and require conduct which is impermissible under generally applicable international law, as recognized by the principal of all legal systems of the world. It is incorrect to refer to them, who have arrive without authorization as illegals, as they in fact have a lawful right to do so. Ultimately, that neither war, human rights abuses, development projects nor disaster are in, and of themselves justifiable grounds upon which to legitimize the arbitrary or unlawful acquisition, or misappropriation over the displaced persons. Has they continue to retain rights. Grounded firmly in existing international law, policy and best practices. Because they are perceived as being different by that society, constitute a particular social group, thus face persecution. Acts of physical or mental violence, by everyone including police violence, and/or judicial violence by measures which are in themselves discriminatory or which are implemented in a discriminatory manner; prosecution and punishment, which is disproportionate or discriminatory; denial of judicial redress resulting in a disproportionate or discriminatory punishment. The collection of extraordinary contributions, of the whole community at the very least the passive responsibility and failure to act. Collective punishments and threats to commit them are prohibited ‘at any time and in any place whatsoever’ that collective punishment, alongside other forms of repression, ‘shall be considered criminal’, of Crimes Against the Peace and Security of Mankind, ‘an exceptionally serious war crime’. Serious, that is to say, constitute a breach of a rule protecting important values, and the breach involves grave consequences for the victims. Crimes against humanity of imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty. Crimes against humanity of torture. Crime against humanity of persecution. Crimes against humanity of other inhumane acts. Crime against humanity of imprisonment, Imprisoning or otherwise depriving one or more persons of liberty under circumstance where the gravity of the conduct is in violation of fundamental rules of international law. Crime against humanity of enforced disappearance of persons. Severely depriving one or more persons of fundamental rights, contrary to international law, based upon political, racial, national, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender or other grounds universally recognized as impermissible under international law. Crime against humanity of apartheid. Committing an inhumane act against one or more persons in the context of an institutionalized regime of systematic oppression and domination by one group over any other group or groups. Malice aforethought exist of mind recognized as constituting "malice", reckless indifference to an unjustifiably high risk to human life through criminal acts and omissions constitute an actus reus in combination with the mens rea. Whereas in accordance with applicable human rights and refugee law standards as set out in relevant international instruments ensuring the realization of refugees' and internally displaced persons' and there rights. Article 25 (1) provides that “[e]veryone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care.” Article 17 of the ICCPR provides for the right to freedom from interference with the home. Article 11 of the ACHR and Article 8 of the ECHR also provide for this right. Paragraphs 1 and 4 of the UN Commission on Human Rights Resolution 1993/77 (1993) define forced evictions as a “gross violation of human rights” and call for “immediate restitution, compensation and/or appropriate and sufficient alternative accommodation or land, consistent with their wishes and needs, to persons and communities that have been forcibly evicted.”Forced evictions constitute gross violations of a range of internationally recognized human rights, including the human rights to adequate housing, food, water, health, education, work, security of the person, freedom from cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment, and freedom of movement. Sections of the ICESCR form the foundation for rights that impose affirmative duties on the state to provide services. Article 12 of the ICESCR re-quires governments to recognize "the right of everyone to the enjoyment to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health." Whereas restitution is justified as a remedy for violations of housing rights, the implication is that victims will be reinstated in their rights over the homes from which they were displaced, whether they owned them or not. Article 25 (1) provides that “[e]veryone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care.” Article 17 of the ICCPR provides for the right to freedom from interference with the home. Article 11 of the ACHR and Article 8 of the ECHR also provide for this right. Paragraphs 1 and 4 of the UN Commission on Human Rights Resolution 1993/77 (1993) define forced evictions as a “gross violation of human rights” and call for “immediate restitution, compensation and/or appropriate and sufficient alternative accommodation or land, consistent with their wishes and needs, to persons and communities that have been forcibly evicted.”
cerveza austral (14 days ago)
Yes yes yes GOOD JOB , BRAVO POLICE.
lester prince (14 days ago)
Arrest them for obstruction of Justice and jail them. Repeated offences constitutes a fellony.
Ultra vivio (15 days ago)
What these protesters need is some gang banger in their house living with them.
Lance Duvall (15 days ago)
Those federal boys dont fuck around, they should have used lead bullets, i hear they work really well on crowd suppression.
Dixie Shuffler (15 days ago)
They should all get a taste of this...should have turned around and shot the fucks yelling at them...deport them too. And the fuck boi that gave the interview is a lying pos!!!
Ivette Torres (15 days ago)
Lmao 😂😂👏🇺🇸

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