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Who is Sean Van Portfliet? Bear Creek High School Assault Case Update



Recently, Sean Van Portfliet, a Bear Creek High School teacher, has become the trending topic of social media. Yes, his name is trending everywhere while the netizens are also discussing him. You must be wondering what has happened to him and why is he suddenly in trend. Well, you seem to come to the right place as we will provide you with all the details of the ongoing matter along with giving you basic information on the teacher’s personal and professional life that includes his wiki, bio, age, wife, family, and more.

Sean Van Portfliet

Sean Van is a teacher at Bear High School, located in Lakewood in Colorado. He teaches Social Studies there. In 2021, it is being reported that the said school ranked 3517 this year. Besides, within Colorado, it was ranked 94th. In short, the high school is really big and has also established a decent position. It is located at 9800 West Dartmouth Place, Lakewood, Colorado 80227. Sean happens to be a professional and passionate teacher. It can be said because hundreds of his students have left positive feedback for him on their respective social media accounts.

A Twitter user named Ang Anderson thanked Sean Van Portfkiet and wrote that she is lucky to work with an amazing staff of passionate educators at the high school. However, Sean Van Portfliet is not the only respected teacher in the high school as it also consists of a passionate teacher like Sean and a passionate union leader like Ang. Talking about the actual matter, Bear Creek High School is involved with an assault case. Yes, the school is famous for various incidents happening. The police officers and school staff were attempting to detain the students who were not disciplined and were unruly.

The students didn’t support the decision and resisted that further led the officers to use physical force to control the situation. Sources claim that almost 80 students noticed the scene and tried to pull the officers. Now, the situation got even worse. More officers got involved in the matter and tried their best to make the detention happen. During the detention, students started throwing garbage at the officers. Even though the situation got out of control, no students or officers were arrested. Though one officer was assaulted which managed to come to the headlines. It resulted in the school getting locked down. The information provided here is taken from some online sources that claim it to be true.


Eswatini: Pro-democracy protests continue despite Monarch’s warnings – The Maravi Post




Protesters gather against police brutality in Manzini, Eswatini, a country rocked by a wave of pro-democracy demonstrations.

“There’s aboslutely no bases for the state forces to use such brutality against workers”, says transport association (SACAWU) secretary Sticks Nkhambule, asking for the “release of the arrested MPs, and full democratisation of the country so citizens can enjoy there full rights as citizens”.

On Saturday, the governmet said it had shut its schools “indefinitely with immedi ate effect” as the country faces a wave of pro-democracy protests.

Pupils and students of the tiny, landlocked nation formerly known as Swaziland have been protesting for a number of weeks, boycotting lessons and calling for free schooling, as well as an end to the regime under King Mswati III.

“His Majesty’s Government has taken the decision to close schools indefinitely with immediate effect,” Prime Minister Cleopas Dlamini said in a statement.

According to pro-democracy activists, the army and police have been deployed in schools this week, and several students have been arrested.

Civil society and opposition groups demonstrated in the largest cities Manzini and Mbabane in June, looting shops and ransacking business properties.

At least 28 people died as police clashed with protesters in some of the worst unrest in the southern African country’s history. The latest fatality came Wednesday.

On Friday, Eswatini shut down the internet for two hours as pro-democracy marchers headed to the capital.

The shutdown came as images of the protests circulated on social and traditional media, including pictures of two people who said they had been injured by gunshots fired by security forces.

The internet shutdown blocked social media completely for two hours, and left many services running very slowly afterwards.

On Saturday, the situation was calm, according to an AFP journalist.

King Mswati III has ruled Eswatini since 1986 and owns shares in all of the country’s telecoms.

He is criticised for living a lavish lifestyle in one of the world’s poorest countries and is also accused of stifling political parties.

The king has accused demonstrators of depriving children of their education by taking part in the protests.

Source: Africanews

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‘Overzealous’ security services undermining South Sudan peace: rights experts  – The Maravi Post




In an alert, the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan alleged that “overzealous” security forces had prevented dissent so dramatically, that civic space was now eroding “at an accelerating pace”, forcing rights defenders to flee and discouraging others from taking their place

“The State’s targeting of high-profile human rights defenders will have a chilling effect on civil society and will discourage public participation and corrode confidence in the important processes of transitional justice, constitution making and national elections, which are essential for the success of the transition envisaged by the 2018 Revitalised Peace Agreement,” said Commissioner Andrew Clapham.  

Communication breakdown 

The actions of the National Security Services (NSS) have included detentions, raids, a likely internet shutdown and an enhanced security presence on the streets of Juba, the panel said in a statement. 

Those targeted by threats, harassment and intimidation have included prominent human rights defenders, journalists and civil society actors. Many have played a key role in the country’s peace and justice processes. 

“Jame David Kolok and Michael Wani are among those now sheltering outside the country in fear for their lives,” the UN Commission said, in reference to Mr. Kolok’s membership of the Technical Committee to Conduct Consultative Process on Truth, Reconciliation and Healing – a position reaffirmed in May by the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs.  

Frozen out 

Mr. Wani had been a youth representative on the National Constitution Amendment Committee, according to the UN panel, which noted that both men’s bank accounts, “and those of the non-government organisations they lead, are among those recently blocked on government orders, with other civil society actors also affected”. 

The 2018 Revitalised Agreement for the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan contains power-sharing arrangements between President Salva Kiir and opposition leader, Riek Machar.  

The accord requires the drafting of a permanent Constitution and the establishment of a Commission on Truth, Reconciliation, and Healing. 

Although implementation of these and other measures – such as public consultation requirements – have been slow, government leaders have renewed pledges and taken steps toward these in recent months, the UN Commission said. 

“These latest restrictions and acts of harassment follow the formation on 30 July of a new civil society coalition whose members planned a public assembly to take place on 30 August,” it explained.  

Clampdown in Juba 

The UN Commission – which was appointed by the Human Rights Council in March 2016 to investigate crimes linked to civil war that erupted in 2011 – noted that this public assembly could not take place amid “detentions, raiding of premises, an apparent internet shutdown, and an enhanced presence of security forces on the streets of Juba”.  

Numerous civil society leaders are still in detention and their wellbeing is unclear, the commissioners said. 

“The State’s authorities must respect and protect the rights of human rights defenders; this is an obligation under international law,” said Commissioner Barney Afako. “It would also demonstrate that South Sudan’s commitment to strengthening its systems for the consolidation of human rights is genuine.” 

Sourced from United Nations Africa Pages

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Unknown thugs hack Opposition DPP Southern Region Governor Charles Mchacha – The Maravi Post




BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)-Information reaching The Maravi Post reveals that opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Southern Region Governor Charles Mchacha has been hacked by unknown people.

Mchacha alleges that 15 people attacked him with panga knives when he was about to enter his house at Bvumbwe, Thyolo District.

He is currently at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre receiving treatment.

More to come….

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