Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Dispite CIED Calls for Arrests of Pakistani Military Officers Abductions Continue Unabated - WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT

The Express Tribune - Inquiry commission calls for arrest of military officers - Enforced disappearances: Commission received 861 new cases in two years
After pouring through over a thousand reports of abductions, the  Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances (CIED) has recommended filing criminal cases against some 117 serving officials of law enforcement agencies allegedly involved in missing persons’ cases.  Of the 1,172 cases in Balochistan reviewed by the commission over the past 2 years, 757 cases are pending, 415 have been "disposed of".  The immediate arrests of several high ranking officers in Pakistan military has been suggested by the commission, but Pakistani law enforcement remains idle.  Although there appears to be progress on the surface, to help end the practice of enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings, it remains to be seen if Pakistani law enforcement and Pakistani courts will actually act on the reccomendations of the CIED.
The Express Tribune - Balochistan unrest: In a surprise outburst, Nisar hits out at security agencies
Lashing out at the National Assembly, Balochistan Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan demanded the Pakistani government “Rein in the ‘establishment’ before it is too late".  Nisar went on to vow “I would prefer quitting this house if the establishment is not reined in within the next two years".

On June 18th 2013 Five dead Bodies of Baloch missing persons were found in Mastung, the victims have been identified as Tarek, Mehmood, Latif, & Hamid Baloch.  On Monday June 17th One person dead by unknown gunmen from Hub Balochistan and 3 more Baloch were abducted by Pakistani forces in Dasht.

BBC - Pakistan violence: Gunmen storm Quetta hospital
Daily Times - Three doctors among five kidnapped in Balochistan
As well as this weeks recent attacks and abductions, many of the recent abduction victims in Balochistan have been doctors.
The crippling of a regions medical capacity is often prelude to the deployment of biological weapons.  In primitive times diseased cadavers would be used to poison a regions water supply, this strategy was employed in the mid 1300's at Caffe, and even as far back as Chinese Han dynasty at Red Cliff.  In modern times, when testing the effectiveness of a biological weapon, scientists will remove particular organs (post-mortem) to inspect the effects of the biological agent.  Many recovered bodies of Baloch abductees had multiple internal organs surgically removed.  Generally with organ theft for human resale and implantation the bodies are not tortured, mutilated.  Human Organs taken for the purpose of traffiking are taken only when a buyer exists, therefore generally only one organ is taken from a body.  While bodies used in "scientific" experimentation are often mutilated and vivisected, with multiple organs removed.

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