- published: 28 Jun 2014
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Here is a video I, David Whalen, directed and edited for La Mancha Media. It is the Belize Central Prison and the Kolbe Foundation. Please see lamanchamedia.org for more info. This was shot mostly with Canon HV30 at 1080 60i, but interview done with Panasonic GH1 at 1080 24p, pulldown removal with Cineform Neoscene. Audio on Olympus LS-10. Sorry about the chickens!
Due to the crime climate i decided to do this Raw cut, it is a complex issue. listen to the POETS IN PRISON.
For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ A recent ruling by the Court of Appeal will have significant bearing on the lives of inmates convicted for murder. The decision primarily hinges on parole rules mandating that those serving life sentences for homicides are not to be considered, much less granted parole. The court in October determined that the Criminal Code is unconstitutional in this respect. For inmates behind bars, it means that after serving a certain prison time, they may be eligible for parole. That, however, depends on the outcome of a constitutional challenge presently before the Caribbean Court of Justice. The News Five’s Isani Cayetano goes behind the prison and visits with two inmates who now have a chance for new a lease on life.
Now that a civil suit has been initiated against me for the death of my neighbour Mr. Faull in Belize, I feel that it is important to explain the single factor that makes me look suspicious — that is: why did I refuse to submit to questioning by the Belizean authorities. The following video shows the GSU (Gang Suppression Unit) of Belize which was dispatched to my jungle compound on the 1st of May 2012 -- 6 months prior to the death of my neighbour Mr. Faull. They were dispatched to my residence because I refused to pay a bribe. They killed my dog , destroyed my property and kept me kneeling for 14 hours with my hands handcuffed behind my back -- a common torture technique used throughout Central America. After the assault on my compound on the 1st of May I went public with information ...
There are a few places on earth you should try to avoid. Some have natural dangers that can kill you if you aren't prepared, other have a really high rate of murders. Now many of the murders are closely linked to gangs, drugs and other illegal businesses, but from time to time innocent bystanders do become victims. In this list we'll be showing you 5 cities with the highest murder rates. We would like to give a big shoutout to viewer AcE x MACHETE for suggesting this video. For this video we'll be using stats from the UN office of drugs & crime which doesn't include places with war. --------------------SECOND CHANNEL------------------- Check out my second channel More5! for funny, weird, interesting news, along with the latest trending topics within the YouTube community. More5! -...
For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ After languishing in prison for six years, Gary Sewell is finally a free man. He was apprehended back in February, 2010 but had been on the run since 2007 wanted by the US government for his purported role in the trafficking of drugs into the U.S. Sewell was busted in an anti-drug operation at a farm near the village of Esperanza, in the Cayo District. He went on to beat firearm charges but in 2013, the Chief Magistrate ruled in favour of his extradition. For years he fought that decision and today the Court of Appeal headed by President, Manuel Sosa along with Justices Samuel L. Awich and Murillo Ducille set him free. That decision came after Solicitor General Officer, Triennia Young, and Agassi Finnegan withd...
For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ It’s not often that News Five is invited within the compound of the Belize Central Prison, currently home to about one thousand four hundred and twenty inmates. But today we were, and it was for a good and positive reason. The female population of the facility has been gifted with a new all-purpose classroom building, courtesy of the British Government and the Word at Work Ministry. As you’ll see in this story, the value of the building lies not so much in its physical structure as in the opportunities that it will offer these women. News Five’s Mike Rudon went to prison, fortunately as a very temporary guest, and has the story.
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Authorities are on a man hunt for an escaped prisoner. The prisoner escaped on Monday around 4:30pm, while Police were transporting inmates from the Belize Central Prison. When the police van reached the Cotton Tree pedestrian ramp, 29 year old prisoner Edwin Paula jumped out and escaped.