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[Paul Lismore] Incredible Mauritius! When an unconscious man gives a police interview...


Rédigé par Paul Lismore le Mercredi 23 Mars 2022



You must have all seen the video. Thousands of people can clearly see a man fall out of a police van, land on his back and shoulders, but ends up dead five days later, according to the police, because of a fractured skull as a result of jumping out of the police van! Ein? Tonb lor le do et gagne fractire la tete? But the charade does not end here....I have received a copy of the police report and it raises far more questions than it provides answers...

1/ The "escape" happened at 14.30 hrs on 14th March 2022, but was not officially reported in writing until 21.02 hrs on the same day, i.e. some 6 and a half hours later. Granted, our police officers are extremely busy arresting people for not wearing a mask properly or for having failed to master the simple task of shoving a pair of dal pourri through their mouths without removing the mask....

2/ The "Police Report" says that when being escorted in the van, "accused was seated at the rear and was handcuffed under the supervision of DPc 4556 Latour....the accused suddenly put his both hands outside the rear nearside window door and opened the said door. He thus jumped outside on the road and in so doing he fell down. Immediately DPc 6837 Sivance stopped the vehicle and accused was arrested."

Now, watch the video carefully, and you will a/ clearly see that both officers come out of the front of the van, i.e there was no officer sat next to the accused. b/ This van is a 2017 registration, so one would assume it has air conditioning. So, why was the window left open, if what the police is saying is true? c/ All police vans are supposed to be secure, with child's locks at the rear to stop prisoners from opening the door. 4/ How many of you believe that a handcuffed prisoner can open the window, stretch his body over the door frame, open the door from the outside, and two well trained police officers escorting him saw nothing and did nothing until he was on the tarmac? Eoula! But it gets worse...

3/ The "police report" says that "accused was arrested". Never mind a " Ta ggt! to in gagne di mal?". No, our boys in blue went straight for the jugular, and the accused " was spoken with in respect of his action"....And then the accused apparently said this: "Missier mo fine fek gagne case, mo pa envi al prison enkor pou sa,mo ti p rode sove"

Again, watch the video carefully and you will see that, according to the police, the accused has a lot to say for himself, esp as he appeared to be in an unconscious state! Watch how the 2 officers have some difficulty in making his limp body stand up, until they eventually manage to dump his inert body in the rear of the van, in the same manner some animals are transported to the abattoir...The body of the accused has not moved at all, not even one inch, but the police insists he was telling them his life story as soon as they arrested him on the tarmac....

4/ Where do you take someone in an unconscious state? To the nearest hospital for appropriate care? No. The 2 officers, in their immense wisdom, decided that "As he was injured at his forehead, scratch at his right shoulder and both hands, he was brought to Petite Riviere Health Centre, and then to Dr Jeetoo hospital for further treatment. 

5 days later, the "accused", or Anikhet Dookhit as he is better known, died from his injuries....
Of course, the police will now advise the family: Go to the Independent Police Complaints Commission, an absolutely useless body which is as independent as the MBC or ICAC, i.e. not at all! Go to the Ombudsman! Go to the Human Rights Commission! As if these barrels full of shits stuffed with political nominees have ever done anything worthwhile...

I got worried when I heard that Commissioner Dip had asked for a "full investigation", and I immediately asked myself: Why is he so incredibly fast to respond on this one? Were they wearing tattoos?
But seriously, whether he will do these basic things is another matter:


1/ Will he ask for a full forensic examination of the van used on that day? Esp for signs of blood of the victim...
2/ Will he check that the windows and the child's lock in the rear seats work properly?
3/ Will he find out why the parents of Dookhit were refused access to him in hospital in the five days before he died? Was it to stop him from telling them what had really happened?
4/ Will he ask for the rear window and door to be checked on the outside for fingerprints and DNA of Dookhit, as the police claim that he opened the door despite being handcuffed?
I so wish Dr Boolell was present during the autopsy, and conducted his own post mortem on the body, to verify how long the bruises had been there... After Kistnen, anything seems possible in those mortuaries these days...

Sorry to have depressed you people. But watch the video and tell me whether the "Police Report" (in the first comment in the post) is a true account of what happened. Vreman ena bez dan sa ggt pays la!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTCGqKWdf-s

Mercredi 23 Mars 2022

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