Monday, 25 September 2017

Falmouth Police Killed Marc Cole With Stun-Gun - Killed Antony Kitts with Soft-Tip Bullet,Tortured Stefan Naumczyk, Acting Unaccountable - Unacceptable To Public

50,000 (fifty thousand) volts into a human, from a taser, yet the authorities still quibble over 'cause of death' in so many cases!  Vacillation by politicians of the Big T'ree (Lib-Lab-Con have all evaded discussion on the status of the UNCAT,) has contributed to ongoing deaths and torture on adults, the vulnerable and the young, by police taser in the UK.  The Green Party and Mebyon Kernow have both given me statements saying they support my assertion that taser violates UNCAT.  Conservative Member of Parliament Derek Thomas in particular has been lying to me and dodging this issue for nearly a decade now, as is the Tory way...
  The recent death of Falmouth man Marc Cole (30) brought the issue of taser back into stark focus here in Cornwall - Marc was the first person in Cornwall to die after being hit by a police stun-gun.


Antony Kitts (20), shot dead by Falmouth Police with soft-tipped bullet.

Andrew Pimlott was burned to death in Plymouth, Devon, after being tasered by Devon and Cornwall Police Force when soaked in petrol, contrary to police-training guidelines.

After Falmouth police repeatedly tortured Stefan Naumczyk with a stun-gun during a 'royal street-party,' I tried to register a complaint of torture.  He was stunned, cuffed, then stunned again, in front of a large crowd.  This constitutes torture - in my book, and also in the book of law... The police's lying response to me that they could not hear my complaint eventually led me to communicate with the U.N. in Geneva, which is how I discovered that Britain had not ratified Article 22 of the UNCAT which would have allowed UN Investigators into the realm.  Thanks for the tip, Falmouth Police, I'd never have found out without you!

Due to corruption at all levels in the British State, my MP has totally failed to fulfill his on-camera promise to raise the UNCAT Article 22 Ratification issue with the British Government.  This has stalled any progress on the issue and been a major contributory factor in the unlawful slaughter of Marc Cole by these policemen.  My MP, Derek Thomas, also claims to be a Christian, but won't lift a finger to save an old man, a British citizen proven innocent, from dying of flesh-eating bacteria in a vile foreign jail, namely Krishna Maharaj, who languishes in the Florida Department of Corrections.

Soft-Tipped, a.k.a. Dum-Dum Rounds, a.k.a. Hollow-Tipped Bullets have been banned in warfare by international law since at least World War One.  That didn't stop police in Falmouth, Cornwall from slaughtering Antony Kitts with one, back on 10th April, 1999.  These rounds cause massive internal damage, because they expand as they go through a person, thus ripping out a much bigger tunnel than a typical bullet.  Not legal to use on enemies in wartime, but legal for the British Police to use for culling troublesome citizens in the streets.

The United Nations Convention Against Torture

UN Rules Taser Stun Gun Usage Constitutes Torture And Violates UNCAT

"The use of TaserX26 weapons, provoking extreme pain, constituted a form of torture, and that in certain cases it could also cause death, as shown by several reliable studies and by certain cases that had happened after practical use," the UN Committee said in a statement, November 2007.  

Another article discussing the UN's findings on taser-torture.

My letter of 13th June, 2017, to the Commanding Officer of Police for Cornwall and Devon, UK:

Public message to:Chief Constable Shawn Sawyer, Cornwall & Devon Pol., Mrs. F.Wills, Complaints Dept., 13.6.2017     RE:  RESIST CARDIAC ARREST CAMPAIGN / ILLEGAL INSTRUMENTS OF TORTURE & DEATH
C.C.  United Nations, Geneva;  Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party Leader;  Richard Burgon, Shadow Minister of Justice; Dick Cole, Mebyon Kernow;  Andrew George; Julie Girling MEP;  Danette Chavis, National Action Against Police Brutality and Murder;  Amnesty International; The Guardian newspaper, The Independent Newspaper, The Cornishman newspaper;  BBC Radio Cornwall; etc. 
Dear Chief Cons.Sawyer and Mrs F.Wills,
I am rather surprised to receive a letter from you asking why I am unhappy with police using stun-guns on humans when your constables have recently burned a man to death in public and now slaughtered another young man in the streets of Falmouth, Cornwall.
Strange as it may seem to some, the average citizen is not too happy with cops that publicly burn citizens to death with illegal weapons of torture or kill people with 50,000 volts when they are having emotional crises. 
I've requested that you seek clarification with the British Government (if we have one) and the United Nations, as the rightful, lawful and legal authorities who can clarify the legal status of the x-26 stun gun for you.
You have not responded to me, Chief Constable.
Please do so urgently.

I shall be further clarifying my complaint to you in writing within your statutory complaints period of three weeks.

Further to my original communique, would you please inform me whether Marc Cole's bereaved and grieving family have been offered a Liaison Officer from your department yet?  This question was not answered by you.

Please let me know as soon as possible what the United Nations and the British Government have told you about the X-16 being defined in international law as an INSTRUMENT OF TORTURE by the United Nations Committee Against Torture in Lisbon in 2007.

Please do not ignore this communication but respond to it fully in accordance with your lawful responsibilities.

Yours sincerely,
Jeremy Sch@nche
Newlyn, Kernow, Britain.

When I wrote to Chief Constable Sean Sawyer about the above, he passed it the IPCC - this is their response.
The IPCC is the 'Independent Police Complaints Commission,' which, I have to say, has a notorious record for either bungling investigations, or basically functioning as the police's alibi-department.  A frequent technique of the police is to use the IPCC as a kind of shield, granting them protection and an aura of 'justice.' The so-called 'watch-dog' lives in a kennel adjoining the police-station and seems to live on scraps thrown to it from said building.
  I believe that Marc Cole's family had an experience when they contacted police about Marc's death, only to have the matter described as a 'complaint' and referred to the IPCC, who did not respond satisfactorily.  The same thing happened to me when I approached Cornwall's Chief Constable about the matter recently.  I pointed out the matter of the UN's ruling in 2007 that taser-usage constituted torture, and asked him to liaise with the government and the UN.  He did neither, but merely referred the matter to the Independent Police Complaints Commission, who responded in an unsatisfactory manner.  They even said that I had not been affected by the killing of Marc Cole - how can anyone assume that?
There are ways to approach a person in emotional crisis, even in danger, that de-escalate and calm the situation.  This takes a basic understanding of human psychology, in which our constables urgently need to be trained to avoid further unnecessary killings.  Rather than 'portable electric-chairs' that zap the recipient with 50,000 or more volts, better to issue cudgels to the constabulary, for surely two big strong cops with broom-sticks could easily floor a citizen who's out of order and borderline violent, without inducing cardiac arrest and putting a temporarily unruly citizen and father of young children into a permanent grave.
Tasers are undemocratic, murderous, torturous, illegal cattle-prods that have no legitimate, or even vaguely legal, human use.  They also cause cancer in those who use them, as found by the State of California.  It's time for genuine debate on how society protects itself from violence, without going to the other extreme and taking the current 'overkill' approach.  I appreciate the protection of the police in this quasi-free society and am under no illusions about street violence, but I contend that if policing is claimed to be done by consent, then that claim has to be proven by those who make it, if they wish to retain the 'democratic' image.
Jeremy Sch@nche, 26..9.2017
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Marc Cole of Falmouth.

Derek Thomas MP lies on camera about protecting the People from state-torture.  Good old tories!


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