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@ nn do, 08/07/2021 - 22:50
It is not clear how the IND would use that comment in court, but given that the IND tries to use most anything they can think of to justify their murderous policy, IF they would find use of such comment, then it doesn't make sense to try and remove it afterwards, does it? Or do you really think that you can put stuff on internet and remove it "quickly" before google and different intelligence services have cached it? That would be terribly naieve.
Rather, removing postings afterwards is normally seen as a retraction from what the poster has been posting, which can indeed be taken into account in some cases. It is however unlikely that IF the IND would try to use such comment, then saying "well yes there was this comment but Indymedia removed it on request of some anonymous person" would help at any rate. Rather, IF that coment would be used by IND, then it would still be standard work for the defendant or their lawyer to explain 1) that anonymous comments on are obviously the most untrustable source you can imagine, and using it is a blatent example of the 'quality' of the work of the IND when they build up their little files, and that 2) it is a very common pattern for refugees who come out as non-binary or LGBTHQI, to keep this very discrete and personal, for obvious reasons (one of these reasons being the reality of discrimination by others in AZC structures, wether these others are refugee themselves or COA staff).

All in all, asking as NN to remove this comment as being 'dangerous' for Abtin Parsa makes said comment more 'dangerous' for them than it helps their case. Please think better before throwing comments online generally.


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