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Category: Legal Counsel

South African Law Of Evidence

South African Law Of Evidence The South African law of evidence forms part of the adjectival or procedural law of that country. It is based on English common law. There is no all-embracing statute governing the South African law of aspects: Various statutes govern various aspects of it, but the common law is the main…

Psychological Manipulation and Induced Psychological Illness

Psychological Manipulation and Induced Psychological Illness As indicated on the home page, psychological harassment and psychological manipulation “mind control” can induce psychological and physical disorders. When an individual is targeted, the level of harassment usually begins slowly and increases with time. Anytime someone interacts with you they can influence your thoughts and also manipulate your…

Mark Zuckerberg Stands for Voice and Free Expression

Mark Zuckerberg Stands for Voice and Free ExpressionOctober 17, 2019Mark Zuckerberg in black shirt onstage behind podium delivering speechToday, Mark Zuckerberg spoke at Georgetown University about the importance of protecting free expression. He underscored his belief that giving everyone a voice empowers the powerless and pushes society to be better over time — a belief…

The Limits of Freedom of Expression on Facebook and Social Networking Sites: A UK Perspective

Human Rights Law Review 13:1 The Author [2013]. Published by Oxford University Press.All rights reserved. For Permissions, please email: journals.permissions@oup.comdoi:10.1093/hrlr/ngt005……………………………………………………………..The Limits of Freedom ofExpression on Facebook andSocial Networking Sites:A UK PerspectiveDominic McGoldrick*Keywords: the Internet ^ Facebook ^ social networking sites ^ freedomof expression ^ privacy ^ United Kingdom IntroductionFacebook1 and other internet-based2 social networking sites…

What is psychological torture?

What is Psychological Torture?Almerindo E. OjedaCenter for the Study of Human Rights in the AmericasUniversity of California at DavisWorkshop on the Neurobiology of Psychological TortureCenter for Mind and BrainSeptember 30, 2006Defining Psychological Torture• Proposal: PT is the intentional infliction of suffering without resorting to direct physical violence.• PT is often proscribed, but seldom defined.• All…

United Nations Charter

United Nations Charter (full text)PreambleWE THE PEOPLES OF THE UNITED NATIONS DETERMINEDto save succeeding generations from the scourge of war, which twice in our lifetime has brought untold sorrow to mankind, and to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and…

Confronting police corruption

CONFRONTING POLICE CORRUPTIONOct 19, 2020Police corruption manifests itself in a variety of ways, ranging from ‘petty’ and administrative types of corruption, to the criminal infiltration of the state, state capture, and other forms of political corruption.Common examples of police corruption:Asking for and/or receiving a bribe,The disclosure of classified official information (i.e. information in a criminal…

Abuse of power by the police

ABUSE OF POWER BY THE POLICEOct 14, 2020Common examples of abuse of powerAbusing official capacity for personal gainBrutality or violence towards individuals / communitiesSexual assault by a police officer, whether the police officer is on or off dutyYou have a right to:Have your dignity respected and protectedNot be deprived of freedom arbitrarily Not be detained…

Protests

PROTESTSNov 4, 2020A protest is known in law as a ‘demonstration’ or ‘gathering’. Section 1 of the Regulation of Gatherings Act defines ‘demonstration’ as any demonstration by one or more persons, but not more than 15 persons, for or against any person, cause, action or failure to take action; and defines ‘gathering’ as any assembly,…

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