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The immobilized immigrant is pushed and shoved in all directions...
The Madrid international airport in Spain was the scene of a violent expulsion, Tuesday, of an African immigrant, believed to be of Senegalese descent. In a video released on Youtube, the Spanish police is seen arresting a black man, tying him up, handcuffing him, harshly slamming him face down to the ground amid a torrent of tugs. The immobilized immigrant is pushed and shoved in all directions... Some of the onlookers describe the scene as one resembling a sheep being led to the slaughter. A total disrespect of human dignity as stunned travellers look on.

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Shocking Spanish police maltreatment of African immigrant caught on film - Wise
I am not surprised at the brutality and inhumane treatment of this African immigrant by the Spanish police. Spain has a dark history of brutality and human rights violations against Africans especially after driving out the predominantly African Moors in 1492, Spain's role in the African slave "trade", Spanish incursion in parts of Africa, and etc. Unfortunately, it is not just a dark past but evidently a dark present as well. No wonder Spain quickly declined as a world power. - Saturday 27 June 2009 - 08:32

Intolerable treatment of a human being by the Spanish police - Lauriann
This is a grave violation of fundamental human rights which cannot be tolerated and continue to silently occur. Please leave a comment and pass it along in your respective social networking sites. - Wednesday 24 June 2009 - 02:17

Shocking Spanish police maltreatment of African immigrant caught on film - jafy
mThe incident is not only shocking and repugnant but it is one of the most brutal, barbaric and glaring example of the Spanish racism against black people. I think that all African governments must immediately severe ties with Spain. Just what do the Spanish think they are to treat an African less than an animal? This behaviour clearly explains why peace will never be achieved in the world. - Thursday 18 June 2009 - 22:33



 


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