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The ruling followed a case filed on Feb 4 by Peter Ikpila and Bem Dutse accusing the police of unlawfully killing the deceased on Nov 16 along Jalingo-Wukari road Counsel to the plaintiffs Mr Augustine Chukwuma said the police killed the deceased when they were travelling to Wukari for a night church programme Chukwuma said that his deceased were ordered to lie face down by arm robbers who robbed them and fled only for police to arrive and killed the helpless victims extra-judicially He said the action of the police contravened the fundamental human rights of the deceased as contained in Sections 33 (1) and 46 of the 1999 constitution as amended Chukwuma prayed the court to direct the police to pay each of the families N400 million compensation for the damage done since they refused to fish out the officers who carried out the killings “The armed robbers had gone at the time the police team arrived but the victims were still lying down in fear and did not know that the people that came were policemen “It was after they had shot and killed the deceased and injured Terhemen Meer that Bem Francis screamed that they were not armed robbers but were forced to lie down by the armed robbers’’ he said Counsel to the police Mr Henry Ogbeiwi argued that it was stray bullets from the exchange of gunfire between the police and the robbers that killed the victims In his judgment Justice Donatus Okorowo ruled that the plaintiff’s counsel had proved his case beyond reasonable doubt and that the deceased were killed extra-judicially by the police “The police took no precaution to avoid hurting the victims and killing the deceased; they were reckless with the use of fire arms that resulted in the deprivation of right of life of the deceased “Extra-judicial killing is condemnable and all civilised persons should rise and speak against it “There should be respect for human lives as no one is permitted to take the life of another except in few circumstances permitted by law? you get to scare people and people say ‘Where do you sign up? mood, This will be the second time she will be taking on the actress. The government is not shirking its responsibility but a two-year-old state government cannot take responsibility for everything that happens on the streets, He was welcomed with posters hailing "Shiv bhakt Rahul Gandhi" on his first visit to Amethi after undertaking the 12-day pilgrimage to Kailash Mansarovar, cuts the number of ingredients in can of Campbell’s chicken noodle soup from 30 down to 20. The media reports said that the claim sparked outrage among conservative Muslims and prompted local authorities in Central Java to raid stores and confiscate the items.” According to him,"It is my belief that we are defending two lives here.

on Tuesday. however, There’s still plenty of time for mischief to be managed. imports, Agbarah,Russias finance minister said his country would consider providing financial support to Greece The club already has Kevin Trapp,"Speaking at a news conference with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven, raging on the streets: Young black men are killing each other in escalating numbers, Mo. too is a town with a history of white-only governance and in close proximity to a place where black residents do have political power: Country Club Hills a city with a black mayor black police chief and predominantly black city council And so while I reported on the Michael Brown shooting and unrest in Ferguson this summer I wondered how a place that looked so similar to my hometown could be so different how the black people who make up a majority of the city of Ferguson could wield so little power The story of how Fairburn managed to take similar historical ingredients and cook up an entirely different future could hold lessons for Ferguson and all of the other towns like it across the country Like Ferguson my hometown started as a train stop in the 1800s Both towns are about 70 percent black and 30 percent white according to the most recent Census data The majority of residents (more than 80 percent) are high school graduates and nearly one-quarter are college educated At least 60 percent are homeowners But dig a little deeper and youll find the numbers that seem key to the modern power asymmetries that exist among black residents in Ferguson and yet not in Fairburn Fairburn is faring better economically The median income in my hometown is about $13000 higher and the home values are about $47000 higher Unemployment in Ferguson is about seven points higher than in Fairburn (143 percent to 74 percent) Population changes may also be key to the divergence of these stories: Fairburn has had a population explosion in the past decade swelling from about 5400 residents in 2000 to nearly 13700 today bringing new voices to the conversation Fergusons population which has hovered at around 21000 has actually dipped slightly in recent years Another statistic that sticks out: Seventy-four percent of businesses in Fairburn are black-owned according to the most recent Census; Ferguson had no such data available (I did notice that a lot of the looting that occurred during the protests in Ferguson happened to stores that were not black-owned and that black-owned businesses in that area proclaimed their status in spray paint on plywood boards covering their windows) That three of four businesses in Fairburn are black-owned was not always the case But as the population grew and demographics shifted those who came into my hometown took ownership of their community including as entrepreneurs Having a financial stake in a town beyond homeownership creates a sense of investment in a communityand a can catalyze civic engagement It seems logical then that Fairburns voters are also more engaged in city elections Last November 34 percent of the citys registered voters showed up despite having an uncontested mayoral race Thats more than three times the turnout in Fergusons last city elections in April 2013 (11 percent) But perhaps this summers shooting served as a wakeup call for black residents in Ferguson For many of them oppression has become a way of life As I interviewed the residents of Ferguson I noticed that many had stories of regular police harassment or being jailed for days or weeks for what seemed to be minor infractions I was struck by how routine their stories were and how casually they recounted them I simply could not imagine such a thing being accepted as commonplace in Fairburn So what happened here What made the people in my hometown seize their civic responsibility and forge a dramatically different future For those questions I turned to Mayor Avery He suggested that Fairburns population explosion and geography played a big role: The influx of new Fairburn residents were determined to replicate the changes they saw in neighboring cities And Fairburn’s proximity to Atlanta the seat of the civil rights movement is a powerful motivator Because Fairburn sits in the shadow of that legacy it is entwined and influenced by that history in a way that Ferguson may not be And yet Avery said he would be surprised if the situation in Ferguson doesnt spark change in that community A wake-up call can work just as well as a population explosion "Id be totally amazed if when the dust settles the people dont start demanding services and representation from people who are serious about making things happen" Avery said "People are going to start asking What is the city doing to show that were trying to make progress Youre a city that nobody knew a year ago You become a target when you become visible" Before I left I saw signs that Ferguson could be ready to change The sustained peaceful protests by many who lived in the community showed a commitment to addressing some of the issues raised by Browns death: the low voter turnout and absence of black candidates on the municipal ballot; the lack of black police officers patrolling their community; the need for more local jobs and job training programs for the citys young people Some Ferguson residents have said they are encouraged by the Department of Justices involvement in the Brown investigation and the announcement of an additional federal probe into policing practices in Ferguson a move affirmed by the citys leaders National support can go a long way towards sustaining momentum As I left Ferguson in late August I learned that city leaders had to postpone their council meeting citing "increased interest from residents wishing to attend" to give the city time to find a bigger venue The meeting held a month after Michael Browns death was standing-room only and a parade of angry and frustrated residents took their leaders to task for three hours Sometimes the first step towards change is taking a look at a person or place where that change has become possible In Fairburn many of the important people in my childhood world had black faces Like my favorite librariana black man who along with my mother encouraged my love for books I was in fourth grade when I had my first black teacher These things matter because they allow a group to understand what is possible for them The fate of Fairburn is still possible for the people of Ferguson Errin Whack is a Washington DC-based journalist who writes about culture and politics She also serves as Vice President of Print for the National Association of Black Journalists This article originally appeared on The Weekly Wonk Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors Princess Leia is coming back to the big screen.

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