by, Angela Dewan | CNN | h/t Blazing CatFur
Chemical castration is the use of drugs to reduce libido or sexual activity. It is a legal form of punishment in South Korea, Poland and the Czech Republic, as well as in some U.S. and Australian states.
Convicted pedophiles who have served jail sentences could also be forced to wear ankle monitors so that authorities can trace their movements.
The law is effective immediately, although Indonesia’s parliament has the power to overturn it or demand revisions.
“These acts threaten and endanger children, and they destroy the lives and development of children for the future,” the president’s statement said.
The law was drafted to address a significant increase in cases of sexual violence against children, Widodo said, although he gave no statistics to illustrate an increase.
The country has long struggled with a high incidence of sexual violence, and several cases have been reported recently.
Video courtesy of: TheLipTV2
Earlier this month, a woman was raped and murdered by three men on the outskirts of the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.
The case of the 14-year-old girl in Indonesia has drawn comparisons to the horrific gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old medical student in New Delhi in 2012, which triggered protests and led to tougher laws against sexual assault.
Widodo was elected in 2014 and was seen as a promising figure for reform in the Southeast Asian nation of 250 million people.
But he drew international criticism last year when he rejected appeals for clemency and green-lighted the execution of 13 drug traffickers, many of them foreigners, by firing squad.
He also had authorized the executions of a group before them, ending a four-year period in which the country appeared to be cooling on capital punishment. Indonesia is again preparing to carry out a fresh round of executions.
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled
In this first video, the suicide-bomber was heading towards the crowded main terminal, when an armed security officer appears and shoots him. The officer then approaches the terrorist, notices that he is wearing a “suicide-vest” and yells for people to leave the area, as he takes off himself.
Undoubtedly, this security officer saved countless innocent lives and is to be commended for his heroism. He is worthy of the highest honor Turkey has to offer…
And in this second CCTV video, we are witnessing the blast of another suicide bomber on a monitor in a security office…
Video courtesy of: TVSjenica
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled
Türkiye vatandaşlarına: Amerikan halkı adına, ben yaralı olanlara ve yaralanan ve ölenlerin arkadaşlarınıza ve ailenize başsağlığı istiyorum. Hepimizin bir Yaratıcı, bu gece ve her gece, hepiniz birlikte olabilir.
Sonunda, barış ve sevgi hakim olacaktır.
To the citizens of Turkey: On behalf of the American people, I would like to extend our deepest condolences to those injured and to the friends and family of those injured and killed. May the One Creator of us all, be with all of you, on this night and every night.
In the end, peace and love will prevail.
by, Mari A. Schaefer | Philly.com
Philadelphia police are looking for five men in connection with an assault outside Geno’s Steaks on June 11.
The men, all caught on surveillance video, fled in two cars – a dark colored pickup truck and an SUV – both with New Jersey license plates.
Police are also looking for one woman described as a getaway driver.
Police did not provide information about the assault, but said the video of it was “too graphic” to release.
Patrick Kane, a victim of the attack, provided this account.
He said he and his wife, Brooke Kane, had spent the night at a friend’s wedding and then at an after hours club with another couple, when they all decided to grab a bite to eat at Geno’s.
They were just finishing up their cheese steaks when Brooke Kane’s girlfriend asked another group of patrons if she could bum a cigarette, Patrick Kane said.
“That is when the guys just lost their minds,” said Patrick Kane, 31 and a maintenance supervisor at an apartment building.
In seconds one man stood up, put his hand over the face of the woman and pushed her across the sidewalk, said Patrick Kane.
“‘Don’t mess with us, we belong to ISIS,'” Kane said the man shouted at them.
Brooke Kane, a daycare teacher, stepped in to help her friend. The ISIS comment was not a joke she told them before she too was struck, Patrick Kane said.
At that point he and the other man stepped in to try and help the girls with the intention of leaving.
“What went from putting hands on two girls became five guys attacking us,” said Kane.
Patrick Kane said one man punched him in the nose, which started bleeding. He was then punched in the back of the head by another man and hit twice in the eye. He remembers Brooke screaming at bystanders for help and to call police, the five men running off, someone from Geno’s giving him a bag of ice and police and EMTs arriving on the scene.
Patrick Kane said he declined further medical treatment for what he called a black eye and small cut. The couples spent until 5 a.m. at a police station giving their statements, he said.
“It is ridiculous that this even happened,” said Patrick Kane. “I don’t know why things have to escalate like this.”
Video courtesy of: Philadelphia Police Department Vidmax
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Central Detective Division at 215-686-3093 or 3094. To submit an anonymous tip dial 215.686.TIPS (8477) or text a tip to PPD TIP or 773847.
by, Fria Tider | Translation by; J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled
A 30-year-old woman previously arrested on suspicion of murdering an infant in an asylum accommodation in Rottneros Sunne municipality, has been joined by a 20-year-old Somali man, who is also suspected of participating in the crime.
The five-month-old baby girl was transported from the asylum accommodation at the Sunne Hotel & Camping lodge, to the Central Hospital in Karlstad, but her life could not be saved.
Doctors found that there were uncertainties surrounding the death and a 30-year-old woman was detained and later arrested last week on suspicion of murder.
A 20-year-old man, a Somali, was chased for several days, before being captured on Sunday and arrested on suspicion of murdering the baby.
Police have so far been reticent about what relationship the two suspects have with each other, or to the child that was murdered.