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League for Human Rights on Charleroi police crackdown: “Totally unacceptable, cover-up or not”

Kati Verstrepen, lawyer and president of the League for Human Rights, is outraged by the images of the violent police action at Charleroi airport. She sees similarities with the affair surrounding Jonathan Jacob’s violent death and argues for a structurally different way of handling complaints from victims of police violence.

“After what happened to Jonathan Jacob, we really didn’t think this could happen again,” says Verstrepen in “The World Today”. She sees a number of similarities: a similar way of acting by police officers, the fact that nothing has happened to the victim’s family’s complaint for more than 2 years and that the outrage only comes after the victim’s family has taken the images themselves. of police violence. “This is not possible, this is not allowed.”

Kati Verstrepen, lawyer and president of the League for Human Rights, is outraged by the images of the violent police action at Charleroi airport. She sees similarities with the affair surrounding Jonathan Jacob’s violent death and argues for a structurally different way of handling complaints from victims of police violence.

“After what happened to Jonathan Jacob, we really didn’t think this could happen again,” says Verstrepen in “The World Today”. She sees a number of similarities: a similar way of acting by police officers, the fact that nothing has happened to the victim’s family’s complaint for more than 2 years and that the outrage only comes after the victim’s family has taken the images themselves. of police violence. “This is not possible, this is not allowed.”

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