social studies woek
Updated: 4/7/2021
social studies woek

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  • They set up two unlawful road blocks in Ruatoki and Taneatua, detained innocent people and searched private property while hunting for people they believed were involved in military-style training camps in Te Urewera Ranges.
  • The Human Rights Commission received 31 complaints about police actions during the raids, including being stopped at a roadblock at Ruatoki and being photographed without consent, the negative implications of using the Terrorism Suppression Act, and the impact on children confined for several hours, some without food.
  • All of this because a group of people had set up illegal military style camps and were in possession of illegal weapons. along with inside information this lead to the belief that it was going to be used for terrorism,