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Oury Jalloh: Death in Cell #5



14 years ago in a small German city, Oury Jalloh, an asylum seeker from Sierra Leone was found dead, burned in a police cell. The case was shrouded in mystery from the start, with activists accusing the police, the justice system and the German state of a cover-up and to this day, people are still waiting for answers.

redfish gained access to documents that shine a light on the case and spoke with lawyers, experts, and activists at the heart of what has become one of the most enduring anti-racist movements in Germany.

English and German subtitles available.

CORRECTION

At 15.29 – 15.36, the English subtitles should read
“Right here, the first cell on the right was occupied by the black African.”

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Dulce Wilcox
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Dulce Wilcox

You are definitely a fool. Germany has a better and more tolerant police force than the diabolical cops in the United States of America.

Genrich K
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Genrich K

8:45 mir fehlen die Worte😞
Da ist ein Mensch lebendig verbrannt WORDEN!!! das kann doch nicht sein ihn niemand gehört hat! und die Frau mit „ossi -Dialekt“ die die Feuerwehr gerufen hat🤦🏼‍♂️

Die ganze Polizeidirektion ist zu Verantwortung zu ziehen!!! Das ist doch unmöglich dass da nur zwei, vier, fünf Beamte was vertuscht haben ….ALLE ! ausnahmslos ALLE!!!

koljaz g3
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koljaz g3

ARD: „Staatsgewalt: Wenn Polizist*innen zu Täter*innen werden“


koljaz g3
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koljaz g3
commie12 akk
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commie12 akk

The Federal Republic Germany is in no way anti-fascist nor just and it was the worse state that emerged victorious after the Cold War.

Daniel Sajid
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Daniel Sajid

The German police aren't racist their cucks .

Janey Phillips
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Janey Phillips

Although it's desperately tragic that this poor victim was seemingly dead b4 his body was burned, it's almost a relief that was the case, as I can't imagine a more terrible death. The police "conclusion" is a an absolute insult to any basic intelligence…. In a possible death,all the data available was deleted due to data protection haha! Ridiculous! Your time will come for the crimes you commit…

THE MAN2020
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THE MAN2020

Wasn't it a male Tunisian (N. African) fruit vendor embarrassed by a female Tunisian LEOs arrest that poured gas on himself and burned himself alive? This started the Arab spring. Then we got a Buddhist monk that did same to protest the Vietnam war. A German LEO would say black African .. there are white, arab, Egyptian, Libyan africans. Very specific n precise … German.The alternate theory is murder. So where's your evidence … Stasi is correct, prove it.This is why integration is not a strength but divisive … God would have allowed tower of Babel to proceed and not… Read more »

Diss & Dad
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Diss & Dad

Can you imagine: there is no independent authority to investigate police misconduct in democratic Germany! Criminal and psychopath elements within the police can act with impunity.

Firoze Manji
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Firoze Manji

The resurgence of German Nazism with the collusion of the state's silence. And where does the so-called Left partiesst on this?

stelmo502
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stelmo502

Obey Police– dont be aggressive.. Dont harass women… dont take drugs… dont break the law.. police will be happy. not hard!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nelly Jimenez
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Nelly Jimenez

Do the activist care about the german that were assaulted by these so called asylum seekers

Kommentatus Cosades
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Kommentatus Cosades

If the state is unwilling to bring justice, the people must do it themselves.

A.I. Robocat Adventures
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A.I. Robocat Adventures

Redfish is the only channel reporting on human rights violations in the west.