On August 17, 2016 passengers on a commercial flight to Cameroon prevented a deportation of a refugee after they witnessed the inhuman treatment of the refugee by copd. Six of these passengers will have to stand trial on May 31 in Brussels, Belgium.
Written by Riot Turtle
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On the 17th of August 2016, authorities tried to deport a man on a commercial flight to Cameroon. The man was handcuffed and maintained seated on the airplane by two policemen. The man was crying out of pain and seemed to be choking. The policemen did not nothing to help him. Most of the other passengers verbally condemned the inhuman treatment by the policemen and than refused to sit down.
The act of solidarity forced the police to take the man out of the plane again as the plane was not able to take off because the majority of the passengers continued to refuse to sit down. After that the police