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SHOCKING VIDEO: Australian Police Arrest, Pepper Spray 12-Year-Old for Food Shopping Without Mask



Video emerged from Australia of a young woman filming the arrest of her sister “for shopping for food with no mask on.” And “there’s people walking around with no masks” she explains of the unfair treatment to her sister. “Look at this” she says as she pans the scene of multiple people not wearing masks.

The shaky video shows multiple law enforcement surrounding the young female sitting on the ground after her arrest. “Just for not wearing a mask! It’s stupid!” the girl repeats, who then continues to point out all the individuals on scene who are not wearing masks.

Tensions turned high when another unmasked woman said “arrest me” as the officers appeared to be forcibly picking up and taking the child with them to carry out the arrest. Chaotic screaming ensues as the camera pans the scene.

“Look at this” the videographer repeatedly says, crying, as she films police tackling individuals to the ground and you can hear at least one woman scream “get off me.” It is learned that a child was pepper sprayed as a frantic woman can be heard in the background saying, “you pepper sprayed a 12-year-old” while the girl holding the camera sobs.

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  1. Salop UK

    August 18, 2021 at 4:50 pm

    Real big men, they must be so proud of themselves. Fair play from the nation that cheats at cricket. Crazy society when child abuse is allowed because a useless face nappy must be worn, they filter nothing but the theatre must be enforced.

  2. Cody Hill

    August 18, 2021 at 6:06 pm

    Why didn’t they simply comply with the police❓❓ So what if others weren’t wearing face coverings. They were the ones creating a disturbance.

    Every time a minority has a violent encounter with a cop, right wingers say it’s the fault of the injured victim, since they disobeyed a police order, so this is the same situation, or is there a political agenda that needs to be fed?

  3. Lal

    August 19, 2021 at 1:34 am

    The world looses their mind over mask that won’t solve the COVID crisis. Yes they can help but only a LITTLE. Short of shutting down the world and having even more serious crisis arise (major food shortages,and people not getting needed healthcare, mental health catastrophes) we are NOT going to stop COVID it’s to late! Can’t people see COVID can’t be stopped? These draconian measures are results of a traumatized world that cannot accept the fact that COVID is here to stay. A businesses should have the right to require them OR not. All the police can do is ask a person leave the premises if they refuse. As an EMT myself I can tell you that their response was completely and utterly over the top. They should have just asked the girl to leave the store and seperated the girls. Why is she in handcuffs? Did she steal something? I am so proud of these girls for getting this on camera to shed light on the mass hysteria that is happening world wide and while I suggest they follow the ‘rules’ I expect MUCH BETTER FROM ADULTS.

  4. soundmind

    August 19, 2021 at 6:54 am

    Global sadism and cruel abuses against anyone at all, including against kids/elderly/handicapped as ordered by money-grubbers and the power-obsessed. It ALWAYS comes down to money and profit. Always. smh


    August 19, 2021 at 9:25 am


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Afghan Journalists Release Photos After Being Severely Beaten by Taliban for Covering Women’s Protest




Two Afghan journalists, photographer Nematullah Naqdi and reporter Taqi Daryabi were severely beaten by the Taliban for reporting on a women’s protest in Kabul. The two were battered after being beaten with batons, electric cables and whips. The beating occurred after being detained for several hours by Taliban fighters a day earlier.

The two men, who work for Afghan’s media outlet Etilaat Roz, released photos of their bruised bodies once back in their Kabul office, after being released from Taliban custody. Naqdi told Agence France-Presse “One of the Taliban put his foot on my head, crushed my face against the concrete. They kicked me in the head…I thought they were going to kill me.”

Daryabi added “we were in so much pain that we couldn’t move.” Naqdi said he was told “you are lucky you weren’t beheaded” when asked why they were being beaten. When covering a protest on Wednesday outside a Kabul police station calling for an end to Taliban violations of women and girls, Naqdi said a Taliban fighter immediately tried to grab his camera when he began taking photos.


The Taliban were also rounding up anyone filming or taking photos of the demonstration, added Naqdi. The two say they were taken to a nearby police station where the beatings took place, only to be released after several hours.


The New York Post reports dozens of Afghan reporters have been beaten or accosted in recent weeks since the Taliban has recovered control of Afghanistan. The Taliban, however, claims that they will uphold press freedoms under their new regime. As has been proven time and time again, not much faith, if any, can be placed into anything the Taliban says or promises.

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Raw Footage from Marine’s Helmet GoPro Shows ‘Two Straight Weeks of Worsening Conditions’ in Kabul




The Blaze got ahold of raw video taken from a Marine’s GoPro which shows the true chaos endured by those in Kabul as U.S. evacuations took place at the Hamid Karzai International Airport.

Marine Cpl. Mike Markland strung together the video clips from his helmet’s GoPro camera. The footage “captured the grittiness and desperation of the hurried evacuation” and reveals “two straight weeks of worsening conditions” on the ground, as seen from the viewpoint of the Marine from 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment.

The  7-minute video has been saved on a YouTube page and shows U.S. service members disabling American military equipment and vehicles. It also shows stacks of AK-47s, PK machine guns, M-16s, and other weapons likely abandoned by the Afghan military after the country collapsed. The end of the video pays tribute to the 13 U.S. service members who died in the suicide bombing in Kabul.

Markland originally posted the video to his Instagram account, but it has since been deleted. The Blaze reports Task & Purpose published the video, as well as Markland’s comments on social media before the video, had been removed.

“I hope this answers questions but also provokes you to ask more,” Markland captioned the since-deleted Instagram video. “To my brothers and sisters who were there I made this for you and your family. When you have the lack of ability to explain all that happened in those two weeks, show them this. Stand tall and wear the last two weeks on your chest.”

“I haven’t found a way to explain it with any words I know,” the Marine admitted.

“Many of us joined because we liked fighting and were good with adversity and conflict,” Markland reportedly wrote. “Two weeks in Kabul at HKIA put all of that to the test. I can’t say enough how proud I am of the Marines I serve with.”

“Odds were stacked against us. Circumstances undeniably out of our control, but we never let it deter our tenacious approach towards our mission at hand. Adversity and challenges happened 24/7,” Markland said.

The Marine noted that “almost all had no predesignated plan.”

“We did our absolute best and remained stoic through the sleepless nights and round-the-clock work with minimal food and water,” he continued. “Staying up for two or more days straight at a time grinding but remaining intensely vigilant.”

The Blaze writes of the footage, “Markland’s video paints a far more shambolic Kabul exit than the sanitized photos and videos provided by the Department of Defense.”

The Blaze continues and details the footage:

The Afghans are densely packed into small areas with barbed wire fences at the borders of the holding area outside the Kabul airport. Marines shoot crowd munitions to attempt to calm the frantic masses. When crowd munitions aren’t effective, Marines are seen firing off warning shots from their firearms in an attempt to control the large crowds.

Babies are seen being handed to the Marines for safety. Lacking medical equipment, wounded people are taken to get treatment on a ladder. Men and women are seen bursting into tears. In one clip, a man in civilian clothes bashes another person with the stock of his AK-47.

Despite the sheer inhumanity of the bedlam, there are moments of hopeful humanity as Marines give fist bumps to smiling Afghans.

Marines bond in a circle as the song “Halftime” by Nas blares in the background. They pass around the camera, make silly faces, throw a pineapple at each other, and enjoy friendly bicycle races.

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