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War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by EasternWind: 8:00am On Jun 16, 2017
War crimes: We stand by our report – Amnesty International
By Ameh Comrade Godwin on June 15, 2017@dailypostngr

Amnesty International (AI) has said it is still standing by its report indicting top Nigeria military officers over war crime in the North Eastern part of the country.

AI media manager in Nigeria, Isa Sanusi was responding to summary of the report by the Nigerian military panel investigating the allegations.


Sanusi said, “We stand by the findings of our research and our call for an investigation that is independent, impartial and thorough; criteria that this panel clearly does not meet.”

He added that, “We maintain that the nine senior commanders named in our report should be the subject of an effective and independent investigation.”


The press statement said, “To this end we welcome the panel’s recommendation that there should be a Presidential Commission of Inquiry into these allegations of horrific war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in north east Nigeria.


“President Muhammadu Buhari promised an independent investigation into our allegations of human rights violations and crimes under international law two years ago. This is a vital step and must be implemented as a matter of urgency by the government.”‎

“Amnesty International’s priority is justice, human rights and the dignity of human life in Nigeria.

“We maintain that those suspected of committing human rights violations and crimes under international law on all sides of the conflict must be brought to justice in fair trials before civilian courts without recourse to the death penalty. We also urge the military to make the whole of this report public,” AI stated.

http://dailypost.ng/2017/06/15/war-crimes-stand-report-amnesty-international/

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by MediumStout(m): 8:03am On Jun 16, 2017
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Generalyemi(m): 8:17am On Jun 16, 2017
Nigeria is a failed state

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Pilate2016(m): 8:35am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take laws from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
You thought you made sense abi? No wonder u answer "medium stout". Nigerian Army killed unarmed protesters simple.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 9:31am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take laws from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
The ranting of an inconsequential ant!!!

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by eastsidechillz: 9:33am On Jun 16, 2017
At least the World is taking note these Fulani oligarchy.


Unlike the Civil war time

NA will not get a single bullet from the west this time around.

While the Arewa youths are sharpening their sword they should know

That we re not seating idle.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by rainylad(f): 9:34am On Jun 16, 2017
.....Good..Nigeria on the brink,its a matter of time.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by rainylad(f): 9:36am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take laws from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.



..Rantings of an ant...Your Nigeria is nothing and totally helpless..suck it up.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by HiddenShadow: 9:37am On Jun 16, 2017
Nigeria don buy market

Burantai must go to prison

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by HiddenShadow: 9:37am On Jun 16, 2017
Nigeria don buy market


Burantai must go to prison

In this digital age you think you can conceal your atrocities

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Agumbankembu: 9:38am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take laws from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.

After barking, go and press the UK and US to reverse the decisions to revoke the visas earlier granted your top military men.
You murder unarmed people at will and expect your country to work and everyone be happy.
Go and shout at AI.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Terkimbi01: 9:38am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take laws from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.

I saw a video of a group of the Biafrans singing And praying in field.

a combined team of the police and army CME and opened fire.

that video was shown on Aljazera.

I know some of you love Nigeria zoo much
And you can kill fellow Nigerians for her.

In Benue, army is aiding and protecting the herdsmen who are wiping out our communities.

Nobody is speaking for us.
Nobody cares about us.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by nkwuocha: 9:39am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.

Nigeria army should show their evidence. AI has shown theirs.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by MediumStout(m): 9:42am On Jun 16, 2017
Agumbankembu:


After barking, go and press the UK and US to reverse the decisions to revoke the visas earlier granted your top military men.
You murder unarmed people at will and expect your country to work and everyone be happy.
Go and shout at AI.


Nigeria will also retaliate by denying them visas. Tit for tat. The army did a good job on IPOB and shiites
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by EasternWind: 9:45am On Jun 16, 2017
For the fact that the investigating committee members avoid the show of shame called PRESENTATION OF THE REPORT speaks volume.

The report before us is from Aso rock cabals
But what a very poor attempt at deceiving the public as usual?

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by MediumStout(m): 9:48am On Jun 16, 2017
Terkimbi01:


I saw a video of a group of the Biafrans singing And praying in field.

a combined team of the police and army CME and opened fire.

that video was shown on Aljazera.

I know some of you love Nigeria zoo much
And you can kill fellow Nigerians for her.

In Benue, army is aiding and protecting the herdsmen who are wiping out our communities.

Nobody is speaking for us.
Nobody cares about us.


The Nigerian army got an Intel that IPOB youths were gathered in the field to strategize on how to destabilize the country. The army quickly went there and shot at them to disperse them. Something every sane Nigerian should commend
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by AgentSmith001: 9:52am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
. how many medium Stout have you taken this morning?

olori buku pelebe

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Terkimbi01: 9:53am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



Nigeria will also retaliate by denying them visas. Tit for tat. The army did a good job on IPOB and shiites

Shooting an unarmed person is a crime even Nigeria.
do not allow your emotions to ride over your sense of reasoning.

Denying them visa will further proof that Nigeria is a police state.

The way some of you think and talk, shows the younger generation. will even be worse than Buhari if they get power.

The powers of those in authority is to protect and not to destroy lives.

Nigeria will remain cursed if the present attitude of Nigerian soldiers persist. And Nigeria is doomed if her citizens Continue to think and talk the way you guys do.

You kill unarmed protesters but turn your eyes away while armed herdsmen are making minced meat out of Benue communities And you call that a "good job"?

What a shame...

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by kingzizzy: 10:06am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest.

Do you think that if it was true that IPOB threw security officials into the River Niger, the Nigerian Government would not have published the names of these men by now? Who are these men that were thrown into the River? Are they police, Army, Navy? What are their ethnic groups? Where are pictures of their bodies? Whatever allegation IPOB has made, it has backed it up with videos, pictures and testimonies. So if you have no concrete proof that IPOB killed anyone except what you read online, dont make that accusation any more.

Also, the fact that trucks or mosques are burnt is not a good enough reason to shoot people. It is also a well known fact that IPOB only burnt Dangote trucks and the Mosque in Onitsha after the security forces opened fire and killed their members.

The Nigerian security forces are pathetic. When they come against armed opponents such ad Boko Haram and Niger Delta militants, they wont be able to do anything.

But when they come against unarmed groups like IPOB and Shia Muslims, that is when they suddenly remember where the trigger of a gun is located.

Very disgraceful

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 10:17am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
Now Stupidity has gotten a new definition

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by reptile1: 10:32am On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.


U are one of the reasons they opined that Nigerians naturally are senseless.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by MediumStout(m): 11:53am On Jun 16, 2017
kingzizzy:


Do you think that if it was true that IPOB threw security officials into the River Niger, the Nigerian Government would not have published the names of these men by now? Who are these men that were thrown into the River? Are they police, Army, Navy? What are their ethnic groups? Where are pictures of their bodies? Whatever allegation IPOB has made, it has backed it up with videos, pictures and testimonies. So if you have no concrete proof that IPOB killed anyone except what you read online, dont make that accusation any more.

Also, the fact that trucks or mosques are burnt is not a good enough reason to shoot people. It is also a well known fact that IPOB only burnt Dangote trucks and the Mosque in Onitsha after the security forces opened fire and killed their members.

The Nigerian security forces are pathetic. When they come against armed opponents such ad Boko Haram and Niger Delta militants, they wont be able to do anything.

But when they come against unarmed groups like IPOB and Shia Muslims, that is when they suddenly remember where the trigger of a gun is located.

Very disgraceful


Stop all this sentimental rants and call a spade a spade. Did IPOB became violent by burning trucks and mosques? YES

Did IPOB incite the Igbo's to hate other Nigerians? YES

Did IPOB disrepected nigerians by calling our country a zoo? YES

Did IPOB call Buhari a sitting president a pedophile and a terrorist? YES


Do you expect the army and police not to kill such renegades? The army did a good job. Blame Nnamdi Kanu for your predicaments

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by kingzizzy: 12:12pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



Stop all this sentimental rants and call a spade a spade. Did IPOB became violent by burning trucks and mosques? YES

Did IPOB incite the Igbo's to hate other Nigerians? YES

Did IPOB disrepected nigerians by calling our country a zoo? YES

Did IPOB call Buhari a sitting president a pedophile and a terrorist? YES


Do you expect the army and police not to kill such renegades? The army did a good job. Blame Nnamdi Kanu for your predicaments

Then you must accept that Nigeria is a backward, morally bankrupt, uncivilised country.

You see, in civilised countries, the security forces are thought that life is very precious and to use their weapons only as last resort when confronting unarmed people. So wether Someone incited another to hate or another called Nigeria by whatever name does not even come into it.

With other forms of non life threatening methods of crowd control such as water cannons, Teargas spray, rubber bullets and so on, the Nigerian security forces chose use live ammunition on a crowd of protesters.

Only a barbarian will support such methods. These things only happen in a zoological republic.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 12:35pm On Jun 16, 2017
liepods will never cause war in Nigeria no Mather how hard they try
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Slai1: 12:36pm On Jun 16, 2017
CORRECT!

Don't bother defending yourself, AI.

Sane Nigerians have been defending you since.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by nototribalist: 12:37pm On Jun 16, 2017
Nigerian Army are liars

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Terkimbi01: 12:37pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



The Nigerian army got an Intel that IPOB youths were gathered in the field to strategize on how to destabilize the country. The army quickly went there and shot at them to disperse them. Something every sane Nigerian should commend

hahahahahahaha.
they got Intel?
the youths went to an open field during day time in broad view to plan on how to destabilize Nigeria?

Haas, please come.up with something more reassemble.

perhaps, they were to destabilise Nigeria with prayer And singing.... maybe you as right.

on the other hand, it is an open and general knowledge are attacking Nigerians, maiming and killing them.

Benue is such a pathetic example.

Now, what has Nigerian soldiers done about that?
And what should every sane Nigeria.

perhaps your definition of sane, means, to kill unarmed protesters but aid arms d killers?

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by nototribalist: 12:37pm On Jun 16, 2017
IpobExposed:
liepods will never cause war in Nigeria no Mather how hard they try
mumuu dey worry you. Buhari is dead already. So war is coming this October 1st

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by fuckpro: 12:37pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
...you are a lone ranger on this

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by buchilino(m): 12:37pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.

ANOTHER BMC MEMBER

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by ephi321(f): 12:38pm On Jun 16, 2017
No value for human life in Nigeria. That is the underlying issue in all this.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by ivolt: 12:38pm On Jun 16, 2017
Unfortunately for Amnesty International,
the world police(USA) has retired courtesy
of Trump.
So their report is pretty useless.

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