The Police have called this an aberation. Having experienced this very abuse myself, I can tell you it is not. This happens all too easily. It's routine. It's just that people usually lack the voice and bravery to fight back. From the article...
Two Upper Hutt teenage girls were arrested, strip-searched and held in a prison cell for 36 hours.
Now a judge has ruled that the girls, aged 14 and 16, suffered a severe abuse of their rights at the hands of the police, who have described their own actions as an "aberration".
Convened 15 September, 2012
"Today, the Prosecutor’s Office of our Court is issuing Public Summonses to thirty two officials of church and state around the world, charging them with criminal offenses and summoning them to appear in our court. This Summons and the names and positions of these officials will be read today so that the world is able to follow these historic proceedings."
They have been summoned to appear on the International Common Law Court of Justice to answer charges relating to the genocide of 50,000 Canadian aboriginal children.
In this section I get down and dirty. Standing up for my rights has taken me on a legal journey which I have documented here for posterity. It serves as something of a commentary on how society is being run today. I hope you find it interesting, entertaining or better still, revealing.