Cop gets fine in the fire burning murder of Oury Jalloh

On January 7, 2005, Oury Jalloh, a young African from Sierra Leone/Guinea, was violently detained by police terrorists in the city of Dessau, Germany and taken to a holding cell in the basement of the local police station.Four hours later, his body was found in a charcoaled state, his corpse chained at the hands and feet to a fireproof mattress.On Thursday, December 13, 2012, the county court of Magdeburg, Germany failed to bring justice—with the police never having to face murder charges.The court’s only conviction was a fine of 10,800 Euros for negligence on one of the officers involved.Police terrorists, as well as the public prosecutor’s office, claim that Oury Jalloh set himself on fire.The police manipulated the securing of evidence by adding a lighter to the presentation of evidence.Oury Jalloh’s hands and feet were tied and handcuffed to metal handles that were attached to the wall and floor from the sides of the fireproof mattress.All the police’s attempts to reconstruct how he could have set himself on fire failed—Oury Jalloh was unable to move.Moreover, the police sabotaged the investigations by deleting the electronic data which documented who patrolled the cell block and the cell where Oury Jalloh was murdered.They also deleted important parts of the video documentation of the securing of evidence, including video showing the cell directly after the incident.They also got rid of the handcuffs Oury Jalloh was fixated with.The “public prosecutor’s office” decided that the autopsy of Oury Jalloh’s body didn’t need to include an x-ray examination in order to rule out bone injuries of the skull or limbs.It was only due to a second independently commissioned autopsy by the Initiative in Remembrance of Oury Jalloh, that it was ascertained that Oury Jalloh’s nose had been fractured and severe damage caused to his inner ear.The supervising police terrorist and doctor in charge of examining Oury Jalloh referred to Oury in a racist manner.Though recorded evidence documented this racist behavior, there were no actions taken at the colonial court to find out how Oury Jalloh received these injuries.
[ed notes;click link for rest,and whole expose,i’m just citing few excerpts!

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