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Originally posted by andy1033
Originally posted by Kingfanpaul
Originally posted by Cloudsinthesky
This video will be nothing as to what will be happening in the months to come........there will be executions like this all across the globe by those in power.....
Yeah.....OK, and you think this why?
They probably are and always have done these things. The police are some of teh worst criminals society has to offer.
Originally posted by deathpoet69
i have just watched it, it dint disturb me and it certainly wundt distburb people as it dose not show him dieing, it shows in another clip that his body is flouting in the water, the police wernt pushing him back, he went back begging them to stop, he wundt compile to come back to shore so he went futher a field, thats how it looks, they were beating him with sticks because he wundt complie
Understandable that they would feel the need to express their powerlessness.....
Originally posted by dodadoom
Um, don't they have facilities for those with emotional problems?
Or is it just easier and cheaper this way?
Protecting human rights of the psychiatric patients is very low in Sri Lanka. Many of the psychiatric patients are among the lowest income groups in the society and they are in extreme poverty. Lack of free medicine in public hospitals and the unavailability of viable welfare service for these persons have resulted public nuisance.
Around 2% of Sri Lankans are suffering from serious mental illnesses, according to WHO records. However, the country has 35 psychiatrists for the entire 20 million population.
Los Angeles, California is home to 547 practicing psychiatrists