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November 23, 2007

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James

FIRE THE CAMEROON POLICE BOSS

It is sad that the Cameroon Police Force has been fighting easy targets "unarmed" persons mostly for thE wrong reasons while they work hard to avoid the real "armed" criminals who basically control the streets at night and scanty villages stealing, killing and raping. The police response time to most of these situations is approximately "ZERO"
The national Police Boss ought to be fired. He is 100% to be blamed for failing to do his job. Security in Cameroon is getting worse.

SOLOMON AKAME MBULLE

It is very disgusting and frustrating that when ever I read information back home ,all one glances uppon is killing,injury,accidents or natural deaths

Demonstration is a democratic way of expressing a will by an armless people. This is the reason why some constitution in the world unambigously entrenched articles within their constitutions permitting their citizens from demonstrating.
The forces of law and order only interven to suppress a demonstration which is transformed into a revolution. an their act of suppression should be proportional to the act committed by the revolutionist.
A mere demonstration by armless students does not in any way requires the used of lethal force.
Act of vandalism may be pepertrated by certain vandals who may take advantage of the situation to commit destructions or pour their vengeance.It is the duty of the Police to investigate and tract down these vandals and prosecute them.Other subsidiary means may be used to disperse the students such as using teargases or water sprays, but the use of bullets against the demonstrators whether live of rubber is completely unjustified.
It is therefore a duty of our respectable government to ensure that its citizens are protected rather destroyed.It will serve the people of Cameroon justice if all those elements within the police force behind the killings and injury of the abovementioned innoncent citizens are brought to book.
God bless my country Cameroon.

S.A  MBULLE

Correctios please
(Some constitutions,and their,rather than and injuries)

Ma Mary

Please, my dear people----

ARMLESS means someone was born without arms or otherwise their arms were amputated, so they lack limbs

UNARMED means not having weapons

I think people mean unarmed, but I keep reading people saying armless when they mean unarmed. Please, stop. Is it some kind of direct translation from French?

S. A MBULLE

THANKS VERY MUCH FOR THE CORRECTION MA MARY. I WAS VERY CARELESS.THE ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN IN A HURRY AND UNEDITED.

dango

families of these kids should sue the sdo. the government of cameroun in the african human rights court

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