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*** POLICE BRUTALITY CAUSED DEATH ON MUSIC FESTIVAL CZECHTEK***

PsySlim


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Posts :  256
Posted : Aug 6, 2005 00:16
I have started this topic because i felt it was really necessary for all the people on this forum to know about this incident.The reason for starting it here agin in the India section was because i thought many of us would be Restricting our selves just to the India section and might not come across this post.
http://forum.isratrance.com/viewtopic.php/topic/68128/forum/1

After going through this section i personally felt we here could do something about it by just sending 1 e-mail to the The Embassy of the Czech Republic in India raising our concerns.

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in NewDelhi, 50-M Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri, 110 021 New Delhi, INDIA
Tel.: +91-11-26110205, 26110318, 26110382
Fax: +91-11-26886221
e-mail.: newdelhi@embassy.mzv.cz
i am also pasting a copy of the letter i am mailing..those who wish can copy the same and send them too on the above mentioned e-mail.
thanks
PsySlim


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Posts :  256
Posted : Aug 6, 2005 00:17
copy of letter

Dear sir,
I was shocked to read and see on TV the incident in which Czech police forces raided a dance festival on Saturday July 30th near the village of Mlynec in southwestern Czech Republic.

Pictures showing marching armies using tear gas, water cannon, stun grenades and batons on young happy people who have come to dance in nature and do harm to no one reminded me of dark times in history and dark scenes in futuristic apocalyptic science fiction movies.

I couldn't believe my eyes, especially when the pictures were coming from a country that has suffered so much oppression in the past, has such good reputation as a pleasant place, and has just joined the European Union.

We young people today love to dance outdoors to music that might sound weird to you- we mean no harm- on the contrary- others can learn a lot from us on the atmosphere and good will that can exist between people.

I am not familiar with the circumstances, but the pictures speak for themselves- no matter what, it is completely unacceptable to see armies march in brutality against happy dancing people.

Until I am convinced that this was a one time mistake and that the people in charge are punished and the matter is acknowledged by the Czech government publicly, I will refrain from visiting the Czech Republic.

Thank you,

P.S : if the mods think this post was not necessary pls delte this.
djsahil


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Posts :  135
Posted : Aug 6, 2005 00:37
dude, you have to be kiddin me! Do you even expect a reply, forget a public apology by the Czech Govnt?? Quit wasting your time & energy, the ppl there will do what they have to.....

          hhhmmmmmmmdma !!!
headyatail2000
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posts :  2304
Posted : Aug 6, 2005 01:01
really pathetic treatment..!!!

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headyatail2000
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Aug 6, 2005 01:02
u need some other type of mass communication 2 show the chuth behaviour by these cops...!

          <~< "the best things in life aren't things" - art buchwald >~>
Satyr
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Aug 6, 2005 01:06
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Satyr
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Aug 6, 2005 01:22
Quote:

djsahil wrote:
dude, you have to be kiddin me! Do you even expect a reply, forget a public apology by the Czech Govnt?? Quit wasting your time & energy, the ppl there will do what they have to.....



and then!? what then!?
just do nothing!?
just sit and watch while they charge up for another partybashing?

... anybody forgot samothraki 2003?

!!fight the power!!


* Psyslim: make it a chain-email, and i'll get u a good number of people signing it!!

keep it UP people!
aliened


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Posts :  354
Posted : Aug 6, 2005 01:37
hey guy .. dont worries bout any bad moments .. its comin very close now ..the end of bad day           " And as the gods have given us , so we return the gift " - Bill Cosmosis " Gift of the Gods "
" That's right - otherworld lifeforms . A fucking alien ! "
'Strange word like 'psychedelic,' you know - drugs, the whole bit, you know, 'fre
robomarket
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posts :  970
Posted : Aug 6, 2005 03:10
People with dreads...rasta like guys are molested first, everywhere in Europe. I see that as racism or in a smaller take- prejudice. That is as bad as any stereotype because we know what cops think...people with dreads MUST posses lots and lots of weed or drugs which is such bullshit because i know so many people like that who are straight edge.
robomarket
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posts :  970
Posted : Aug 6, 2005 03:12
http://www.techno.cz/party/report/2005/0730czechtek_t-rex/image465.htm

arghh...an undercover motherfucker. i hate them. i learned to distinguish them with time. in macedonia they wear soccer jerseys at parties. s-holes.
h_goblin


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Posts :  364
Posted : Aug 6, 2005 07:38
no words... too brutal...
police is to protect us???? i don´t realy know afther this... shame on them...
Salamandrill


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Posted : Aug 6, 2005 15:46
im not going to Czech republic anytime soon
pavi
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Posted : Aug 6, 2005 16:38
Quote:

On 2005-08-05 17:17, shahar wrote:
Here's the response that I got from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

Quote:


Dear Sir:


Thank you for your letter. As you know, the whole issue is much more
complicated than what one letter can explain. Last year, the police was
critisized for not protecting the property rights and other freedoms of
people living in the village, where the same "CzechTek" party was organized.
This year, police tried to prevent thousands of people to violate the same
rights and it is critisized again. Complex problems such as this do not have
easy solutions.


With hope that you understand


Best regards


Referat verejnych informaci
Mgr. Richard Krpae



I don't really understand, actually, and I will reply to him soon.




I got the same response, here's my reply:

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your speedy reply. Indeed the issue is a complex one,
but either way I think it is clear that the Police acted with undue
force, and did not, as you say, carefully balance their approach to
reflect the concerns of the neighbouring residents.

If I am not mistaken the event takes place right next to a busy and
loud motorway, so noise pollution is at a high level anyhow. The
rubbish was cleared up after every event. If the residents wish to
complain, surely there are official and legal ways in place to push
their concerns through in a diplomatic and curteous way - one that
does not involve riot gear, tanks, tear gas and batons!

I will not be visiting the Republic for fear of the authorities
extreme violence against young people. A shame as I heard your country
is indeed a beautiful one.

I would like to urge you to investigate this matter to the fullest,
and to take action on whoever is to blame for this debacle.

Kind Regards,

---------------------------------

And here's another reply from UK minister John Bowis:

Dear Pavi,

Thank you for getting in touch with me. A number of constituents have raised this with me but before that I had not heard of the incident. As you say, it seems to have been wholly disproportionate action by the Czech police. I am pleased to see President Klaus has deplored the action and is calling for an investigation as to how this occurred.

I think we have to let the Czech Government take action, if, as seems to be the case, that is their intention. If they do not or their response is inadequate, then that is the time, I think for us to be raising the issue in the Parliament.

Best wishes

John Bowis

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This one from an English Baroness is, as expected coming from a woman, more sympathetic:

Dear Pavi,


Thank you for your email about incidents of police violence taking place last week-end in Mlynec (Czech Republic) during an electronic dance music festival.

I am of course seriously concerned of any alleged police brutality as no circumstances in a democratic state justify such behaviour in breach of human rights, and the EU sets high standards.

Therefore I am putting a question to the European Commission in order to ask them to gather more information about the incidents, and if allegations of violence are borne out, to request the Czech Government to instigate a prompt and impartial investigation into all complaints of police brutality, with the appropriate punishments.

Yours Sincerely


Sarah Ludford

Baroness Sarah Ludford MEP

Liberal Democrat MEP for London

Liberal Democrat European Justice Spokeswoman
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Dr. Charles Tannock MEP meanwhile, is clearly more interested in pleasing his constituents rather than fighting for the cause - but at least he's putting pressure on the EU Czech Ambassador in this letter he sent to him:

HE Mr Jan Kohout Permanent Representative Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU 15 Rue Caroly 1050 Bruxelles – Ixelles Belgium


Dear Ambassador Kohout,


It has been brought to my attention by 3 of my London constituents, the controversial police action on the 30th of July in the village of Mlynec in the Czech Republic in the dispersal of a crowd, which included UK citizens, at the Czechtek music festival. These emails allege police brutality and overreaction with the inappropriate use of water cannon, tear gas and riot equipment resulting in one death and many injuries. I would be grateful if you could provide me with details of the outcome of the official inquiry from your Interior Ministry and reassure me that if the law enforcement authorities have broken Czech law they will be brought to justice. This will enable me to frame a reply to my constituents.


Yours sincerely


Dr. Charles Tannock MEP

UK Conservative Foreign Affairs Spokesman
Vice President EP Human Rights subcommittee
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Well at least people are talking about it, keep on the pressure!
          Within this timeless gathering,
a shining light does dance,
lost from conscious memory,
but visible in trance!

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AN8RWPOS


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Posts :  268
Posted : Aug 7, 2005 20:31
keep up the letterz people !

They need to understand that they are dealing with an aware and intelligent part of the society and not some drug abuzing-brain dead minority*
..and such acts will not pass through the news for a few secondz and then be forgotten together with what beyonce iz wearing in the latest video !!

OH !! ..and you sir from the states.. that shit might work in your hometown, but it never will in mine! so you can take that attitude of yourz and go plant yourself in another part of the galaxy. WE DONT WANT YOU HERE !! You and your kind iz a great part of the problem and guess what mu'fa' !
i am a small part of the solution


*actualy i think they already know that and that iz the real reazon of the raid.. once again.. WELCOME TO THE NEW WORLD ORDER !!           -----------------------------------------
it's ON !!
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AN8RWPOS


Started Topics :  5
Posts :  268
Posted : Aug 7, 2005 20:36
this iz not just a small forum talk..
THIS IZ A RAVOLUTION !!           -----------------------------------------
it's ON !!
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