Australian Police naked search revealed
Australian Police naked search revealed|The exploitation of 4,000 women and girls in the name of security. Police and law enforcement in the Australian state of New South Wales have discovered at least 4000 women, minors and underage girls, boys, and girls in the past three years. New South Wales is considered the most important state in the country, the same state also has the Australian federal territory, which is also the Australian capital of Canberra. The total population of the state is close to 8 million and is of great importance because it has important government offices, parliaments and security institutions. In the same state, stringent laws were also enacted to curb drug trafficking and its use. Under the laws, police and security enforcement officials can question anyone on suspicion of smuggling and smuggling terrorist material, including drugs. Under the aforementioned rules, police can search for minors in the absence of parents or other relatives, but according to reports, the police also released the minor girls in the absence of any of their relatives. Under the rules, security personnel can find anyone in need and doubt, and under the same law, at least 4,000 people have been searched in the state over the past 3 years.
A 16-year-old girl has complained to the police that she was dismissed on suspicion of joining the party and the woman was found just a short distance from the party. During the same investigation, a human rights organization obtained data from the police, which led people to search for freedom. According to information obtained by police and government agencies in New South Wales under the Right to Know Law police have arrested the youngest 12-year-old girl on the planet. According to information provided under the Right to Know Act, police have searched 4000 women, including underage girls and boys, since 2016. Official documents admit that police have so far found two girls, aged 12, 8 and 13, and seven girls and 14-year-old girls. Documents also admit that most women and underage girls were searched on suspicion of intoxication and in many cases police were not found. A senior police officer said that although the process may have been wrong, everyone praised the police whenever a young man or a girl was drunk. The youngster in the Australian area is attracted to extremism, terrorism, and drugs, the official said. However, human rights organizations have been subjected to severe criticism over allegations they have made, claiming that in some cases inappropriate reports have been exposed. According to some reports, police officers also searched the woman’s breasts inappropriately, but no information was provided by authorities.