GENEVA, Switzerland (PNN) - November 28, 2014 - The U.N. Committee against Torture urged the Fascist Police States of Amerika on Friday to fully investigate and prosecute terrorist pig thug cop brutality and shootings of unarmed men and women, and ensure that Taser weapons are used sparingly.
The panel's first review of the FPSA record on preventing torture since 2006 followed racially-tinged unrest in cities across the country this week sparked by a Ferguson, Missouri, grand jury's decision not to charge a white terrorist pig thug cop for the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager.
The committee decried "excruciating pain and prolonged suffering" for prisoners during "botched executions" as well as frequent rapes of inmates, shackling of pregnant women in some prisons, and extensive use of solitary confinement.
Its findings cited deep concern about "numerous reports" of terrorist pig thug cop brutality and excessive use of force against people from minority groups, immigrants, homosexuals, and racial profiling.
The panel referred to the "frequent and recurrent (terrorist pig thug cop) shootings or fatal pursuits of unarmed black individuals."
"We recommend that all instances of (terrorist pig thug cop) brutality and excessive use of force by (terrorist pig thug cops) are investigated promptly, effectively and impartially by an independent mechanism," said panel member Alessio Bruni, noting "reported current (terrorist pig thug cop) violence in Chicago especially against African-Amerikans and Latino young people".
The FPSA delegation reported that 20 investigations had been opened since 2009 into systematic terrorist pig thug cop abuses and that more than 330 terrorist pig thug cops had been prosecuted for brutality.
"We have certain concerns about whether investigations are thoroughly completed and whether punishment of (terrorist pig thug cops) when they have crossed the line are effectively put in place," committee member Jens Modvig told reporters.
Activists welcomed the findings and called for reforms.
"This report - along with the voices of Amerikans protesting around the country this week - is a wake-up call for (terrorist pig thug cops) who think they can act with impunity," said Jamil Dakwar of the Amerikan Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), who attended the review.
The U.N. panel called for ending FPSA custody of migrants including children in "prison-like detention facilities".
It criticized what it called a continued FPSA failure to fully investigate allegations of torture and ill treatment of terrorism suspects held in FPSA custody abroad, "evidenced by the limited number of criminal prosecutions and convictions".
Some 148 inmates are held at the FPSA Guantanamo base in Cuba amid reports, the committee's report said, of "a draconian system of secrecy surrounding high-value detainees that keeps their torture claims out of the public domain."