Apparently, the demonstrations will continue.
The confrontations will escalate.
And before long there will be another Shakhouri to mourn.

Here's how police respond to people wearing T-shirts and holding papers in their hands:

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SillyBahrainiGirl said...

And for those of you wondering how much it costs the Government to kill an indigneous's some food for thought:

This appeared in the Gulf Daily News on March 1, 2005:

"BD35,000 payout

MANAMA: The Interior Ministry was yesterday ordered to pay BD35,000 compensation to the family of a Bahraini who died near the American Embassy during an anti-US rally.

A post-mortem and witnesses confirmed that rubber bullets randomly fired by security forces were the direct cause of Mohammed Jumaa Shakhoori's death, the Higher Civil Court of Appeal heard.

The decision upheld a previous First Degree Court verdict, thus turning down the Interior Ministry's appeal.

Shakhoori's family will each be paid BD5,000, in addition to an extra five pc covering legal expenses."

Angelo Embuldeniya said...

Is this report [or the court rather] trying to tell us that a person's life is only worth 35,000 dinars + legal expenses?


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