Summary record of the 98th meeting: corrigendum
|UN Document Symbol||E/CN.4/SR.98/Corr.1|
|Convention||International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR)|
|Document Type||Summary Record|
AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
CONSEIL ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL
E/CN.4/SE 98/Corr.1 15 June 1949
COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
CORRIGENDUM TO THE SUMMARY RECORD OF THE NINETY-EIGHTH MEETING
Held at Lake Success, New York, on Tuesday, 24 May 1949, at 2.30 p.m.
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"into the water and if, after having warned him, the policemen fired on him, it seemed that if such an act would "be Justified if the individual had in fact been trying to poison the town's water supply, such an act should also be Justified if the individual had "been throwing only some harmless substance into the water. For how was the policeman to know whether the individual was in fact pouring poison or only some harmless substance into the water?
"He pointed out that there seemed to be a certain confusion in the lists given in the United Kingdom and French amendments; all exceptions listed were Justified because of danger to human life, yet it was possible to distinguish between two different categories: on the one hand, where the. use of force was Justified in case of danger to human life, and on the other, where it was Justified on grounds of national security irrespective of whether or not there was any danger to human life."