Indian police on Friday shot dead four detained gang-rape and murder suspects as they were re-enacting their alleged crime, prompting outrage but also wild celebrations. The men, who had been in custody for a week, were shot early Friday morning as they tried to escape during the re-enactment in the southern city of Hyderabad, police said.
According to the police, the accused men – Mohammad Areef, Jollu Shiva, Jollu Naveen, and Chintakunta Chennakeshavulu – were taking part in reconstruction of the crime in the early hours of Friday morning when they tried to escape and were shot by police. However, the lack of clarity around the incident have led many to suspect this was an extrajudicial killing by the police, something not uncommon in India.
Following her milestone press conference on Thursday morning – and her subsequent angry exchange with a right-wing reporter who asked whether she “hated” Trump – Pelosi appeared at a CNN town hall hosted by Jake Tapper last night and told the audience: “Civilisation as we know it today is at stake in the next election, and certainly our planet.”
The speaker refused to even contemplate a question about the president’s possible re-election in 2020 and said her investigators would not be rushed in the pursuit of his impeachment: “I’m not on a timetable, I’m on a mission.”
“Simple logic…when the sexual desire is fulfilled men wouldn’t kill women.”
He also attacked the Indian government for planning to toughen up on laws to protect the safety of women.
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