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10/10/2007 02:42 AM ID: 65537 Permalink   

Arrest Hospitalizes Anti-War Minister


Rev. Lennox Yearwood was hospitalized due to injuries sustained from an arrest after being denied entry to a House hearing with General Petraeus last month. A broken ankle was sustained during a police takedown by 5-6 officers. YouTube Footages have surfaced.

He was charged with assaulting police officers, but video footages did not show any evidence of wrongdoing. The footage show the Rev. shrugging an officer's hand off his shoulder before being tackled to the ground by a gang of officers.

A spokeswoman says he has not decided whether to make a formal complaint yet. However, afterwards the Rev. stated: "Police will go so far as to jump me when I question my exclusion from a hearing that is open to the public?”

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Rev. Lennox Yearwood attacked, arrested, and hospitalized

Rev. Lennox Yearwood: "Arrest Bush, Not Rev!"

This is Not What Democracy Looks Like
  by: redstain   10/10/2007 03:01 AM     
  dammit, I got the dates wrong..  
trying to get an Admin to fix it.
  by: redstain   10/10/2007 03:19 AM     
  I agree  
That is NOT what a democracy looks like.

My biggest fear; the UK is next.
  by: Maxx20     10/10/2007 11:24 AM     
As the great Yoda said "Train yourself to let go of all your fear to lose".

The US and the UK will soon become one and the same (52nd state?). Our policies are making us hated by the rest of the world, and hated by our own populations, but as long as politics remains the domain of the rich we are screwed.
  by: Anglo_Englishman   10/10/2007 11:32 AM     

Interesting to see how it has all come full circle over history. Starting with the Monarch having ultimate power, then the Charter of Liberties and Magna Carta transferring power to parliament and law and rights to the people.

Now the government have gone as far as to even threaten Habeas Corpus, we're virtually back where we were all those years ago.
  by: Maxx20     10/10/2007 03:06 PM     
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