The naked woman is tied to a stake and burnt alive, tortured to death before an entire village. In this disturbing investigation, 101 East exposes several unreported killings and the attacks on those who dare to help victims. Such violence is taking place today in Papua New Guinea, where sorcery killings are spreading with a frequency and brutality that has drawn global condemnation.to belt, bash to hit, beat up buai betel nut mixed with lime and mustard stick that when chewed, produces copious, bright red saliva and a mild stimulant effect to change your face to beat so badly that the face is disfigured five-kina police police who can be bribed line-up sex act involving multiple males having sex with one person, typically absent consent (see "pack rape") mobile squads special police units with paramilitary training responsible for suppressing public disorder but used more broadly, known for especially violent tactics men who have sex with men term used particularly by people working in the field of HIV/AIDS to describe males who engage in sexual behavior with other males, but do not necessarily identify as "gay," "homosexual," or "bisexual" pack rape gang rape panel beating to beat from head to toe raskol popular term used to describe members of criminal gangs remand pretrial detention reserve and auxiliary police police designed to supplement regular police officers; reserve and auxiliary police receive less training and paythan regular officers snake bail a bribe task force a special police unit formed by a police station commander wantok pidgin term referring to a relative, near or distant, to whom one feels allegiance or obligation; literally, those who speak the same language wantrouble pidgin term referring to a wantok with whom one gets into trouble; member of the same band of delinquents When police arrested Steven E., age sixteen, for pick-pocketing five hundred kina (U. Indeed, the causes of police violence appear to run far deeper than simply a need for more training: they relate to a collapse of management and discipline throughout the force.S.0) from a soldier, three reserve police officers in a truck chased him to the edge of the sea and caught him, he said. They also hit me with a gun butt and made me go into the sea. In 2004, an administrative committee commissioned by the minister for internal security issued a report finding a breakdown of discipline and loss of integrity that has destroyed public confidence in the police force and rendered it "largely ineffective." The committee also found "lack of demonstrable government will and commitment to effective law enforcement and wider related issues of broad community safety and an effective, sustainable, law, order and justice framework." The committee made a detailed series of recommendations, including the appointment of a Police Ombudsman.But when we first met, I could see no visible marks on her face and hands.The formal interview concluded with me recording the details of her horrific attack and that appeared to be the end of it.
FILMMAKER'S VIEW By Aaron Fernandes Traveling to Simbu province in the heart of Papua New Guinea’s vast and rugged Highlands region, my investigation into witch-hunts and sorcery killings began with a story of survival. It is we women that have brought everyone into the world. I want you to tell my story so that this will never happen to another woman Mama Dini, survivor of an attack Dini Koral had survived being tortured over several hours, and I was advised by local human rights volunteers that the ordeal had left her with horrific scarring.
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