Police Depot Justice

first_imgTHE MORNING WEATHER felt cold all around and many people in the community expected some showers since the September month had begun to rain cats and dogs. Nearby, the local police depot wedged at the corner, and behind the corporation hall where the community handled their perennial issues that affected them. The hall was also located in the office of a small detachment of officers of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization. The day before, two women, one pregnant and younger and the other older and matured had visited the police depot, determined to make a report about a fight.The young woman’s protruding stomach indicated that her pregnancy had reached an advanced stage but she looked very bored as the older women dragged her behind her. It was apparent that the young woman had lost interest in what they had planned to do but she had little choice and to the police station she had arrived. It was on Monday, September 5. “Don’t be silly,” the older woman told her when she realized her reluctance. “We need the police to teach her a lesson.” The woman was her mother-in-law and the one she had threatened to punish was another young woman who had had some misunderstanding with her, and felt she deserved to be punished.As the women ambled their way towards the police station in the local community, the elder woman instructed her what she must say at the police depot.“I am going to tell them she assaulted you,” she said, “and when the officer ask you, you must confirm that she did just that and you bled for two days.” The young woman listened and nodded, with apparent disinterest about the venture.At the police depot, the desk officer straightened his shoulders, readjusted himself on a stool behind his counter and welcomed the mother and the young woman to the office. There was no flurry of activities for the rains had made sure of that, in a community that had experienced reports and counter reports by many on flimsy issues.“Have a seat,” the desk officer instructed. “What is your problem?”Like she had taken time to study the narrative, the older woman explained about a violent physical assault committed by a young woman she identified as Taneh on her daughter in law.“The assault happened on a silly issue,” the woman said, “and a mother like me when I went to separate them,” she pointed at the pregnant girl, about eighteen or twenty, “Taneh cared little and beat on her.”“Then what happened?” the officer probed on, and the woman went on.“It was too bad so people in the community came and prevented her from causing more damage than what she had already done to us,” she ended her complaint and lowered her head, lifted the edge of her lappa to wipe her face.The officer turned and regarded the pregnant girl and then said, “You took her to the clinic I will presume?”“Yes,” the woman said, and the pregnant girl looked embarrassed and turned her face away from the officer.The officer wanted confirmation, and so he turned to the pregnant woman.“Is that what happened to you?”With a grin, the young woman nodded, “Yes.”“And you bled for how many days?”“Yes,” she said, “since yesterday.”“Did you go to any hospital or clinic?”“Yes,” she said, and turned to look at the older woman for assistance, who then nodded,“Ok,” the officer said, “we’ll try to get Taneh to the station here to answer to some questions.”THE NEXT DAY, a police officer brought Taneh to the police depot to answer to accusations against her involvement in the alleged assault on the pregnant woman.“You are accused of assaulting a pregnant woman yesterday?”“Me?”“Yes.”“I never fought any pregnant woman,” Taneh said. “It was an older woman who jumped on me to fight after she spoiled my room door.”The officer listened to her objection, and though she admitted the altercation involved an older woman and not a pregnant woman and though apart from the complaint there was nothing tangible to support the assault top the complainant’s story, the officer would not give Taneh the benefit of the doubt and therefore decided to use the common practice.“I am going to keep you in jail until I see the end of the case,” he said.“But officer,” Taneh protested, “I never fought any pregnant woman.”TANEH WAS THROWN in the police cell, awaiting further confirmation of the earlier report. Thirty minutes later, two men arrived at the police station and enquired about Taneh’s detention and what could be done to release her. The desk officer told them that the case involved the life of a pregnant woman so Taneh could not be released until the complainant decided the next course of action.“One of our officers has investigated the case yesterday,” the officer said, and began to check in a ledger but did not find the report. He grabbed a mobile phone and after a couple of calls and a flurry of conversation, the officer confirmed to the two men that the officer who handled the case had told him that he could not get any confirmation about the bleeding allegation as well as the clinic where the pregnant woman allegedly sought treatment.Then one of the men said, “Since this is the case, I am asking you to release Taneh from further detention and I will come back if you give me the time to meet with the complainant.”“No,” the desk officer said. “It is not done that way.”“Is there any case as far as you are concerned? Are you convinced that Taneh did what she is alleged to have done?” The desk officer could not answer but would not agree to let the detainee out of the cell.THE TWO men decided to bring the pregnant woman and so they enquired about her residence and ten minutes later, they held a conference with her.“You told the police that Taneh fought you?”“Yes.”“You said that you bled after the fight?”“Yes.”“Did you go to the clinic for any treatment?”She hesitated and then said, “Yes.”“Do you have any receipt from the clinic?”Surprised at the question the young woman changed gears and said, “I won’t say anything until my mother-in law is here.”“But you made the complaint at the police station and so we really don’t need your mother in law, do we?”Hesitating further, she said, “I can’t say anything again till my mother-in law is here.”“Where is she?”“She’s gone to the market.”It became apparent that the story about the bleeding and the clinic were lies because the two men realized she wanted her mother-in-law to be present, since it was the mother in law who had made the complaint at the police depot.BACK AT THE police station ten minutes later, the two men narrated their encounter with the pregnant woman to the desk officer and followed it up with their request that they would sign to get custody of Taneh. The desk officer then directed the men to the Depot Commander, who was then occupied, reading a local newspaper.“Can we release Taneh from cell since we are becoming aware that there is something fishy about the case.”“Ok,” the commander said, and directing his attention to the desk officer, told him, “Check what the report about the case indicates and let me know.”For several minutes the desk officer went through the ledger and finally with some difficulty located the report and handed it to the Depot Commander, who also went through it and realizing something was amiss, gave an order.“Take the girl from the cell and let her sit on this bench,” he ordered the desk officer, who immediately fished out a couple of keys and proceeded to the cell. In about three seconds, Taneh followed the desk officer to the complaint room and sat on a bench directed by the officer.SEVERAL HOURS LATER, Taneh was informed that she could secure her release with Ld1, 000. Though the complainant did not return to the police station to follow-up the case, the police would not release Taneh unless the amount was paid and family friends came around and she was able to raise at least Ld800 as a compromise with the police and was subsequently released on her own cognizance.“Whoever is first to take a case to the police depot,” said a young man who heard the story after Taneh’s release, “is the good guy no matter the case and the accused would eventually pay to be free.”“Who receive the money?”“The money was paid to the officer who arrested the accused and it is shared with others. This is how police depots in Liberia handle cases because police officers don’t realize that they are trampling on the rights of their fellow countrymen.”THAT EVENING ONE of the two men who had made some effort to secure Taneh’s release from police detention cell received a newspaper report conducted by a commissioner of the Governance Commission on human rights abuses by police officers across Liberia, along with fears by Liberian citizens on the doom that could overshadow them when UNMIL eventually completes its drawdown sometime in 2016.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Father fined for severely beating 16-year-old daughter

first_imgA father who beat his 16-year-old daughter with a steel pipe and other objects was on Monday hauled before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Idenco Frederick admitted that he indeed severely beat his 16-year-old on March 5, 2018 at East La Penitence, Georgetown.The Court heard that Fredericks attempted to question his daughter, who came home late from school.However, the teenager reportedly gave rude responses to her father, which annoyed him and prompted him to snatch her by her hair and throw her to the ground before he proceeded to deal her several slaps.The young woman reportedly told her father “why you nah kill me and done?” which further angered him, the court heard.It was reported that Frederick took up a scrubbing board and dealt the teenager several lashes. She attempted to escape him, but he pursued her and in the process, took up a steel pipe which he used to continue beating her.The teen went to school the following day and a teacher observed marks of violence about her body and called the Welfare Department. A medical examination carried out on her showed multiple wounds and abrasions about her body. According to Police Prosecutor Arvin Moore, the Police were called, and the father was arrested and charged.After having an in-camera discussion with the young lady and her mother, Magistrate Judy Latchman fined the father $100,000. If he defaults on paying the fine, that will result in one month’s imprisonment.last_img read more

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DRS possible in 2019 season – CPL COO

first_imgFans have been thrilled and excited at the revelation that the Umpire Decision Review System (DRS) will be used for the final two matches of the Hero Caribbean Premiere League 2018.CPL’s Chief Operating Officer Pete Russell makes the disclosure alongside Chief Executive Officer Damien O’DonohoeHowever, that promise has now broadened to include the 2019 season of the biggest party in sport.The announcement was made by Chief Operating Officer (COO) of CPL, Pete Russell, who disclosed that the investment into such an initiative is definitely on the cards for 2019.COO of CPL, Pete Miller, has disclosed that the system would make work a lot lighter for those involved.“We haven’t given them the tools that they’re used to on the international scene. Obviously DRS is coming in for the last two games, which I think will make their job a little easier.”Based on how this weekend’s trial goes, the COO and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Damien O’ Donohoe revealed, provision will be made to have the review system available throughout the 2019 season.“That’s what we’ve been discussing. Bringing that sort of technology is a big investment, but the tournament and the expectation is now at such a level that you have to make sure that every angle is covered.”COO Russell went on to confirm the move, stating, “For us, we just want the players to be able to go out and play without having the fear of being out by bad decisions. So it’s very likely that we’ll have it next year.”After a few unfortunate decisions during the 2018 season, the management of the Hero Caribbean Premier League thought it best to implement the system for the remaining matches. This initiative was welcomed by the captains of the top four teams, who responded in smiles and nods when they were questioned about the new system.Captain of the Trinbago Knight Riders, Dwayne Bravo, speaking on behalf of his cricketing colleagues, expressed his contentment with the decision.“Throughout the season, there were some really poor decisions (made) by the umpires, and it cost some teams. So I think it’s only fair that the right thing is being used, especially in playoffs, cause those simple mistakes can really cost a team the title”, DJ Bravo stated.The review system is expected to come into play during the second eliminator and finale of the Hero CPL in Trinidad and Tobago on Friday and Sunday respectively.last_img read more

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Bandari winger Abdalla named January best

first_imgHis final goal was the lone strike in the 1-0 win over Posta Rangers.To win the award that was accompanied by Sh100,000 and a 49-inch LG TV, Abdalla beat Mathare’s Cliff Nyakeya and Kakamega Homeboyz captain Allan Wanga to bag the award.He garnered 15 points, Nyakeya came in second with 11 while Wanga finished third with 10 points.He becomes the second recipient of the award this year after Kakamega Homeboyz’ Peter Thiong’o who won the December award.”I’m delighted to get this award, it’s a dream come true but rather than resting on my laurels I want to improve so that I get another smart television and give to my parents.I’m grateful to my team mates and hope we continue to work hard for ultimate success,” Abdalla said.Hassan is focused on following in the footsteps of Anthony Wambani who won the gong last February then earned a professional contract in Europe.”I don’t want to play for any other local club.I will only leave Bandari for a foreign team,” the 22-year-old emphasized.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Bandari winger Abdalla Hassan receives the SportPesa/LG Player of the Month Award from Maureen Kemunto of LG Electronics MOMBASA, Kenya, Feb 26 – Bandari FC winger Abdalla Hassan was on Tuesday feted as the January best player, winning the Sportpesa/LG award in a ceremony held at the team’s Mbaraki Sports Club back yard.The Harambee Stars forward was in fine form in January where he scored three match winning goals and set-up one as his side registered three wins.Bandari scored in the 2-1 win over Sony Sugar at Mbaraki before getting his second goal against Mt. Kenya United.last_img read more

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Reports – PSG join Man City in race for Serie A star

first_img Felipe Anderson in action for Lazio 1 Paris Saint-Germain have joined Manchester City in the race for Lazio star Felipe Anderson.The Brazilian recently signed a new contract with the Serie A club until 2020 and is said to be happy in the Italian capital.But that has not stopped clubs chasing his signature, with sides around Europe impressed by the midfielder’s haul of 10 goals from 26 appearances this season.Manchester City have been chasing the 21-year-old since January but they now face competition in their pursuit from PSG.According to Sky Italia, the French champions sent scouts to watch Anderson in action during Lazio’s Coppa Italia match with Napoli on Wednesday.PSG are eager to bolster their attacking options this summer with reports growing that both Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi could leave the Parc des Princes.last_img read more

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‘Even the rumours make me happy!’ Man United fans react to ‘unreal’ transfer reports

first_imgWith Manchester United struggling for goals it’s unsurprising they are being linked with another big-money forward.Barcelona superstar Neymar was heavily linked to a move in the summer and it has since been confirmed talks were held about a possible transfer.Now, though, Harry Kane is the man being touted with possible switch in January as Wayne Rooney toils at Old Trafford.Manchester United appear tempted by the Tottenham striker and could make a £50million move a reality when the transfer window reopens.The news was greeted with mixed feelings from Manchester United fans, though, and you can see how they reacted below… Harry Kane celebrates with Toby Alderweireld 1last_img read more

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Job Vacancy: Award-winning company seeks Accounts Administrator

first_imgJob Vacancy: Safetech Consulting & Training Ltd in Donegal are currently recruiting for an Accounts Administrator to join their team on a full-time basis.See job description and details on how to apply below: Job Vacancy: Award-winning company seeks Accounts Administrator was last modified: January 9th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Accounts AdministratorSafetech Consulting & Training Ltdlast_img read more

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OUR TERESA NAMED COACH OF THE YEAR

first_imgLETTERKENNY Athletic Club’s Teresa McDaid has been named Coach of the Year at the prestigious National Athletic Awards in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Santry this weekend.The Donegal coach has assembled an incredible squad of international class middle distance athletes including Mark English, Darren McBrearty and Ruairi Finnegan, whose talent she has nurtured.Deirdre Ryan (Dundrum South Dublin) pictured was named as the Athlete of the Year. 2011 was the year when Deirdre Ryan made the great leap forward to medal contender in one of the most technically and mentally demanding of field events – the High Jump. Her sixth place finish at the World Championships was the standout performance by an Irish athlete at major championships this season. The DSD athlete’s season best of 1.95m set a new Irish record and also secured the ‘A’ qualification standard for London 2012. Given an injury free build-up and another fractional improvement on her current best, Ryan who also won the Track and Field Athlete of the Year should be one of our leading hopefuls for a finalist spot at London 2012.Ryan’s club, Dundrum South Dublin (DSD) were also the worthy recipients of the Club of the Year Award. DSD is one of the powerhouses of Irish athletics and the Dublin 14 club enjoyed an exceptional run of success in cross country, road running and track competition over the past year including winning all four team titles at the National Inter Counties Cross Country Championships and their women’s team winning the National League title for the first time since 1987.2011 was a remarkable year in international competition for our up and coming athletes and this quality is reflected in the award winners in these categories. The Emerging Athlete of the Year was awarded to World Youth 5km Walk Gold medallist, Kate Veale (West Waterford AC). Ciara Mageean (City of Lisburn) was named as the Junior Athlete of the Year. After winning a silver medal at the European Junior Championships in Estonia, she proceeded to set a new Irish Junior 1500m record of 4:07.45 at the IMC Grand Prix final in Birmingham, placing her second fastest on the World Junior rankings over that distance this year. The U23 Athlete of the Year was named as Brian Gregan of Clonliffe Harriers. Gregan ran the race of his life at the U23 European Championships in Ostrava, running a personal best of 46.12, to split two sub-45 second British athletes. A month later, the DCU student went below 46 seconds for the first time when running 45.96 to finish fifth in the World Student Games in China.The Endurance Athlete Award went to Fionnualla Britton (Kilcoole AC) who was denied a European Cross Country Championships bronze medal in a near photo finish at Albufeira in Portugal last December finishing in the same time (26:59) as bronze medallist Ana Dulce Felix (Portugal). At the same championships the Men’s Irish U-23 Cross Country squad ran their hearts out, to win gold earning them the Team Award of the Year. Inspirational performance of the year went to Ciaran O’Lionaird for his sensational breakthrough performance at a meet in Oordegem Belgium when he improved his 1500m Personal Best from 3:48.36 to 3:34.46. This time moved him into fourth place on the all-time Irish rankings, qualified him for the World Championships and the London Olympics and confirmed his standing as a top class contender International middle distance athlete.The Outstanding Official Award was presented to Aine Pobjoy from Mid Sutton who embodies the ethos of volunteerism, giving unselfishly of her time and energies for the benefit of others. Aine is a permanent fixture at local and national competitions and she has also helped develop the Annual Juvenile Star Awards. The Dublin woman has also been involved in the management of many successful Celtic Games competitions and European Youth Olympics teams.Brother John Dooley was named as the Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Brother John has made an immense contribution to Irish athletics over the past 50 years coaching successive generations of Irish runners. One of his early contributions includes reorganising schools’ athletics and helping to launch the Schools Cross Country Leagues. He also helped develop the North Mon PLC course which prepared many Irish athletes for US scholarships,The Master of the Year award was presented to Joe Gough (West Waterford) an outstanding figure in Irish Masters’ athletics over the last decade. In 2011 his highlight performances came at the Master European Indoor Championships in Gent in March 2011 when he won the 800m (2.11.51) and 1500m (4.34.28).The Mountain Runner of the Year was awarded to Karen Alexander (Sperrin Harriers) who won a silver medal in the World Mountain running long-distance challenge in Slovenia in June. The AVIVA Tailteann Schools’ Awards were awarded to Kate Veale of St Augustine’s, Dungarvan and Tommy Casey of Sligo Grammar School.OUR TERESA NAMED COACH OF THE YEAR was last modified: November 13th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Letterkenny ACteresa mcdaidlast_img read more

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Talladega crashes Chase party

first_imgTony Stewart took a big hit with an 18th-place finish at Dover International Speedway in Delaware, dropping from first to fifth in the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series Chase for the Championship. It doesn’t get any easier this weekend. Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, the biggest and only restrictor-plate track in the Chase, is next, and this might be an exercise in survival rather than dominance. Eight of the 10 drivers in the Chase are within 103 points of leader Jimmie Johnson. But only one Chase driver, Mark Martin, has won at Talladega. He has done it twice, but that doesn’t mean much in this era of restrictor plates and “The Big One,” the inevitable crash that takes out most of the field when NASCAR visits Talladega. “He doesn’t have any extra confidence going there because he won,” said Matt Kenseth, Martin’s Roush Racing teammate. “That’s a track where you are pretty much a passenger. There (are) things you can do during the race – you can get some help drafting, you can make different decisions during the race that certainly affect the outcome – but that place is, you know, 90 percent the race car at least, or more.” Drivers such as Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Gordon, who have a winning record at Talladega, have a slight advantage. But a Gordon or Earnhardt victory does little in pursuit of the Cup championship because neither driver is among the Chase finalists. “I am sure Dale Jr. has a lot of confidence going there,” said Kenseth, who is ninth in points, 124 out of first. “I am sure Jeff Gordon has lot of confidence going there because their play program has been so good. But I don’t think Mark or any of us have any extra confidence going to Talladega.” Johnson, Gordon’s Hendrick Motorsports teammate, looks at Talladega as one of the few tracks with inherent risk and approaches it with a heightened degree of respect. “Talladega is a huge risk. Martinsville is a risk. So there’s still a few out there,” Johnson said. “I think everybody is real nervous about Talladega and, hopefully, everybody drives that way, and we don’t have any big pileups. But, again, we’re out there racing and trying to do our jobs at a high rate of speed, and sometimes things happen.” center_img Stewart, for one, would be happy if Talladega was left out of the Chase. “Absolutely, I’d be the first one to jump out there,” Stewart said. “It would bring the driver back into it. Instead of teams working so hard to build cars that are slick, they could try to build cars that actually handle again.” If Talladega wasn’t taken out of the Chase equation, Stewart said he would prefer NASCAR let the cars and drivers race unrestricted. “There’s always talk about why we get into these big crashes, and it’s because there’s 40 of us running in one big pack, and we’re so close together, you could throw a blanket over us,” Stewart said. “If you had cars running in the 215- to 220-mph bracket, you wouldn’t be able to run that close to each other, because you’d have to move around on the race track to find clean air. We wouldn’t be able to stay down on the bottom of the track. We’d have to drive around like we do at Michigan and find places on the track where our car drives better. I think it would make for exciting racing to be able to do that again.” Two races into the Chase, little has been decided. No one has been eliminated, and drivers have been able to jump from fifth to first and drop from first to fifth. Talladega presents a unique challenge, but none of the drivers in the Chase should use this weekend to prove anything. Sunday will be about finishing and getting ready for Kansas Speedway. Kenseth disagrees. “I think every race is about winning, if you have the opportunity,” Kenseth said. “But I certainly think Talladega is about two things for me. It’s about survival, and it’s about being in the lead draft. You don’t want to just survive and be in the back and get separated into two or three packs and be in the second or third pack, because it probably won’t, but it has gone green flag the whole race, and it wasn’t really that long ago. I know I was in it, so it wasn’t that long ago.” Sounds like a huge gamble to expect a green-flag race at Talladega. Odds are against it, but drivers such as Kenseth, who have a lot of ground to make up, already are facing long odds to get back in the championship hunt. Hoping for green flags might be the only way to get back in the Chase. Tim Haddock covers motor sports for the Daily News. He can be reached at (818) 713-3715 or timothy.haddock@dailynews.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Liverpool boss Rodgers dismisses Mourinho’s Suarez ‘dive’ jibe

first_imgBrendan Rodgers refuted Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho’s claim that Luis Suarez dived to try to win a penalty late in Liverpool’s 2-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.Mourinho accused the Uruguayan of performing a ‘swimming pool jump’ past Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o, after losing the ball in a challenge with Cesar Azpilicueta.However, Liverpool manager Rodgers was insistent referee Howard Webb should have given his side a penalty.He said: “If you see the incident again, Suarez is running in to challenge Azpilicueta and Eto’o is streetwise and cute and he blocks him.“On another day you could give that as a penalty because it’s obstruction in the area.“But of course Jose will defend his player and I will defend mine.”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 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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