Der MTP-Riot-Handschuh bietet nicht nur einen optimalen Knöchelschutz; gewährleistet sondern auch Schutz vor Schnitte und Feuer. Darüber hinaus ist er sehr Reiss- und Abriebfest. Sie erhlaten hier eine perfekte Balance zwischen Komfort und
Die Schutzweste kann sowohl für den Einsatz im Security-Bereich oder bei Softair-Spielen verwendet werden. Sie kann individuell eingestellt werden und schützt den Träger vor Stößen, Aufprall e..
Matriarchy, Patriarchy, and Imperial Security in Africa:Explaining Riots in Europe and Violence in Africa Lexington Books
Matriarchy, Patriarchy, and Imperial Security in Africa:Explaining Riots in Europe and Violence in Africa Marsha R. Robinson
The author, Glenn Langohr spent 10 years inside the most violent prisons in California on drug charges. He paints the culture into words and takes you on a journey into the belly of the beast with an authentic look at gang warfare behind bars. Mexican Mafia in motion... B.J, a drug dealer serving time, takes the reader on a never before seen, inside look at a California maximum security prison. The inner dynamics between prison guards, gang investigators and the Warden are on display along with the political climate between races with a war brewing between the Mexicans and Blacks. A piercing account of the process for gang validation into solitary confinement at Pelican Bay´s SHU through the eyes of inmates struggling to survive gang wars, in prison drug debts, prison politics, rules and regulations, and ultimately power and control, while desperately trying to find a path for redemption along the way. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lucas D. Smith. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/001313/bk_acx0_001313_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In the late 1960’s, Ann Arbor, Michigan was at the center of a series of brutal serial murders. Over the course of two years, seven young women would lose their lives. At the same time, the city was experiencing a cultural overhaul that would turn the staid and conservative seat of Washtenaw County into a hotbed of radical ideas and practices that was creating a Mecca for the young citizens of the 1960’s counter-culture, fueled by the drugs, a political awakening and a sexual revolution that would define the 1960’s. Among the key players in this local radicalization were John Sinclair and the White Panther Party, which the FBI called ´´potentially the largest and most dangerous of revolutionary organizations in the United States.´´ Sinclair would be infamously sentenced to 9½-10 years in a maximum security prison for possession of two joints, (marijuana cigarettes) and the White Panther Party’s Minister of Defense would become the first of the 60’s hippy radicals to be placed on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list. Against this backdrop, the police thought that the murderer could be one of these drugged out weirdo´s, but when he was finally caught... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Helen Cricco. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/016217/bk_acx0_016217_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Marching through the streets of downtown Los Angeles, a mob of several thousand soldiers, sailors, and civilians, proceeded to beat up every zoot suiter they could find. Pushing its way into the important motion picture theaters, the mob ordered the management to turn on the house lights and then ran up and down the aisles dragging Mexicans out of their seats. Streetcars were halted while Mexicans, and some Filipinos and Negroes, were jerked from their seats, pushed into the streets and beaten with a sadistic frenzy. — Carey McWilliams, journalist. Even enemies will agree that the United States is a unique nation, in that its culture has been developed almost entirely by immigrants—people who have come to the country from other places and carved their way into society. Sometimes called a melting pot, sometimes a tossed salad, the nation has been shaped by all that is good and bad of the people who live here. Sadly, history has taught that where there is immigration, there will always be conflict. Just as any newly married couple will argue over whose family to spend the holidays with, so those coming from different nations and cultures will clash over which traditions can be integrated into the new society and which ones must be left behind. One might think that after some 400 years of dealing with these issues, the nation would have mastered the subject, but instead the opposite seems true. In the early days of 2016, Americans were engaged in a heated presidential campaign fraught with rhetoric and fear over the role of immigrants in the United States. Candidates frequently spoke out against certain cultures, insisting they are dangerous to the American economy or even national security. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kenneth Ray. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/085090/bk_acx0_085090_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
You´re not to disturb, annoy or offend. They´re walking on a knife edge out there, anything could tilt the balance.´ Missing: one junior diplomat and 43 of the British Embassy´s most confidential files. The timing is alarmingly significant: with neo-Nazi riots and radical student demonstrations, the threat to Germany´s security is all too apparent. Britain´s own Alan Turner is sent in, with instructions to tread carefully at all costs. But will he find the missing man and the files before the political situation erupts? Kenneth Haigh stars as Alan Turner with Bernard Hepton as Rawley Bradfield in a fast-paced, explosive dramatisation of John le Carré´s acclaimed spy story, dramatised by René Basilico. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kenneth Haig, Bernard Hepton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/bbcw/005429/rt_bbcw_005429_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Most incidents of urban unrest in recent decades - including the riots in France, Britain and other Western countries - have followed lethal interactions between the youth and the police. Usually these take place in disadvantaged neighborhoods composed of working-class families of immigrant origin or belonging to ethnic minorities. These tragic events have received a great deal of media coverage, but we know very little about the everyday activities of urban policing that lie behind them. Over the course of 15 months, at the time of the 2005 riots, Didier Fassin carried out an ethnographic study in one of the largest precincts in the Paris region, sharing the life of a police station and cruising with the patrols, in particular the dreaded anti-crime squads. Far from the imaginary worlds created by television series and action movies, he uncovers the ordinary aspects of law enforcement, characterized by inactivity and boredom, by eventless days and nights where minor infractions give rise to spectacular displays of force and where officers express doubts about the significance and value of their own jobs. Describing the invisible manifestations of violence and unrecognized forms of discrimination against minority youngsters, undocumented immigrants and Roma people, he analyses the conditions that make them possible and tolerable, including entrenched policies of segregation and stigmatization, economic marginalization and racial discrimination. Richly documented and compellingly told, this unique account of contemporary urban policing shows that, instead of enforcing the law, the police are engaged in the task of enforcing an unequal social order in the name of public security.