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I think that has more to do with politics/redtape/procedures etc through international relations/departments due to him not being a citizenThis interview is from 4 days ago Fri 30th), but I can't find any link in this thread (although aspects of the topic has been discussed at length).
IMO the lawyers arguments are clear and coherent, (and consistent with my reaction weeks ago). The fact that the police have not released all the evidence, suggests they have a lot of explaining to do:
Is that enough reason to put him in hospital by trying beat him to death and beat anyone who tries assist him?
Question here is whether he was aware they were police officers.Is that enough reason to put him in hospital by trying beat him to death and beat anyone who tries assist him?
A normal reaction is you would wait a moment for the police officer you are talking to, to react. Not attack immediately as you don't trust the police. Surely a police officer is a better person to deal with someone pointing a gun than at you, than you and your fists.
Please explain this then: he went back and attacked the officer he was talking to after attacking the one who arrived with a gun. He knew at least one was def a cop but attacked him anyway. The one he talked to is probably also the one with the fractured skull or whatever who remained in hospital
Yes. They don't typically work alone, backup, support.