Algerian forces are scouring the Sahara desert for five foreigners
missing since Islamist militants attacked a remote natural gas plant, an
official said Jan. 22.
Bato: My view over the Charlotte incident is opposite to the common views. I can say that BBC as a journalistic institution is completely irresponsible to use words leading to suggest Police brutal killings... To me the victim is more than equally liable himself... In the videos shown, the several minutes of delay since the police shouted him to lay up his arms, and his wife shouting for him to go out of the car several times is quite disturbing even to the Policemen involved. Definitely the undue delay could be read as a sign of resistance that will make the police very alarmed and ready to shoot. Because if this man was not guilty of any violation and truly a law abiding citizen, from the first warning by the Police alone, could have compelled him to comply immediately, without delay... If I were in ‘his shoes’, I would not wait for 2nd warning... Those several seconds of long delay suggests that he man was weighing whether to resist apprehension and shoot back, or obey the police instructions. That strange long delay despite the repetitive shout of the wife you can see on the Video, points towards a hostile scenario.... That could be a deadly choice the Policemen cannot allow... Even the wife would shout he has a brain damage, as everybody panicked obviously, that would make the situation even more dangerous! So after a given timespace, the police has no other option but to shoot without reluctance... Here you can see the role of an irresponsible media institution in flaming-up chaos... This is the incident I would fundamentally blame the progressive groups particularly the ACLU...they poisoned the people with excessive civil rights advocacy the people tend to rebel ‘against the perceived system’ and resist lawful procedural instructions from agents of authority to the point of fatal incidents!... Like this!...