Shocking moment armed police point their weapons at the surrender of prisoners after a riot in a hindered youth detention center
- Shocking images have emerged from the Australian Don Dale detention center for young people
- CCTV images show heavily armed police who aim guns for the surrender of prisoners
- The leaked images show the moment when the uproar of 2018 arose on 6 and 7 November
Sam Lock for daily post Australia
Shocking images have emerged from the infamous Don Dale youth detention center in Australia, where heavily armed police officers have shown their weapons of surrendering prisoners and arresting unarmed children.
In the November uprisings, several young people saw a police officer attack with a metal table leg, stealing his keys to get other prisoners out of cells and set fire to a school.
The leaked images, obtained by the ABC, show the moment the riot called on November 6, resulting in $ 750,000 in damages.
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Shocking images have emerged from the infamous Don Dale youth detention center in the US, where heavily armed police officers have revealed firearms for the surrender of detainees (photo)
Detainees and prison staff can be seen at a doorway when a detainee leans in quickly to get keys from a guard's pocket.
A scuffle breaks out and the guards pull back inside where detainees start to unlock cells and arm themselves with star packs and broken table legs.
Prisoners who use angle grinders to break the outer circumference of the fence in an attempt to escape have been gasped by the police with tear gas and forced to withdraw.
The NT Police & # 39; s Tactical Response Group (TRG) also saves guards and guides them to safety.
Eight children were accused of the uproar in which the school of the center was set on fire.
The uprising from 6 to 7 November in 2018, which caused $ 750,000 in damage, saw buildings on fire in the juvenile prison center Don Dale (top)
Prisoners who use angle grinders to break the outer circumference of the fence in an attempt to escape have been gasped by the police with tear gas and forced to withdraw. Don Dale Youth detention center (photo)
According to the police, their negotiations led to 13 prisoners surrendering, while no more than a dozen others were gradually arrested in the early hours of November 7.
The police refused to say which weapons they had used to regain control of the center, but the CCTV footage shows that they used weapons with laser range and their armored BearCat vehicle.
Moreover, the images seem to show a lot of private security staff on the spot, in contrast to juvenile law soldiers.
The government previously refused to release the CCTV from the riot via Freedom of Information applications.
Dylan Voller (photo) was one of the high-profile faces of youth, with hood and tied on chairs with restriction in Don Dale in the images broadcast on ABC's Four Corners in 2015