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Violent beating of a citizen by police officers for personal reasons! Physical violence constitutes inhuman and degrading treatment.

JUDGMENT  Gülkanat v. Turkey 09.07.2019 (no.38176/08) see here SUMMARY  Ill- treatment of a citizen by police officers  and cover up by senior officers. The applicant, who had not committed a crime, was led by police officers in a wooded area and was beaten for supposedly  harassing the sister in law of an officer.  When transferred to […]

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The use of excessive force by the counter-terrorist service is inhuman and degrading treatment.

JUDGMENT Kanciał v. Poland 23.05.2019 (no. 37023/13) see here SUMMARY Police violence using an electric weapon during a raid by the Anti-Terrorism Service. Exessive use of police  force against the applicant, who had already been immobilized at that time. Incomplete investigation of his allegations of ill treatment. Violation of the substantive and procedural aspect of […]

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Police repression of a demonstration and shooting with rubber bullets is a degrading treatment towards demonstrators.

JUDGMENT  Kılıcı v. Turkey 27.11.2018 (no. 32738/11) see here SUMMARY  Police violence and demonstrations. Demonstration against commercialization and privatization of water. Police attack on demonstrators with the firing of rubber bullets and tear gas. Violation of the prohibition of degrading treatment. PROVISION Article 3 PRINCIPAL FACTS  The applicant, Kadri Kılıcı, is a Turkish national who […]

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The process of supervising the execution of an ECtHR ruling pending before the Committee of Ministers does not prevent a new appeal in respect of new aspects of the same case that were not dealt with in the original decision.

JUDGMENT  V.D. v. Croatia 15.11.2018 (n. 2) (no. 19421/15) see here   SUMMARY Execution of decisions. ECtHR’s conviction and new information on the same case. Following the  condemnation of Croatia regarding the ineffective and incomplete investigation into police violence, the national authorities re-investigated to find police accountability for the reported mistreatment. The new research found no […]

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