This morning we sent an urgent appeal to the Minister of Internal Security, Gilad Erdan, and to the Commissioner of Police, Moti Cohen, demanding that any police officer who comes into contact with the protesters be equipped with a body camera that will record the situation “to prevent the next unnecessary incident”.
Today (Tuesday) The Tebeka, Justice and Equality Association for Ethiopian Expatriates sent a letter to the Minister of Internal Security Gilad Erdan with a demand to equip every police officer who comes to the demonstration of Ethiopian Expatriates tomorrow with a body camera.
After repeating the demand to investigate the death of Yehuda Bayadega, who was shot to death by police in Bat Yam about two weeks ago, they called on the association to draw conclusions ahead of the Ethiopian demonstration that will take place tomorrow. The association demanded: “We are turning to you with the demand to instruct that every police officer who comes into contact with the demonstrators will be equipped with a body camera that will record the incident in order to prevent the next case of unnecessary violence”.
Minister of Internal Security Gilad Erdan responded to our demand and tomorrow the police officers who will be at the demonstration will be equipped with body cameras.
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