U.S. ski resorts have a record of deaths: A report
“The U.N. has accused the Trump administration of a “pattern of systematic and gross violations of international law and human rights.
“The U.K. government has said it is considering a legal action against the U.
Trump administration for the deaths of six people at two resorts in Alaska.
In a report released Wednesday, the U,N.
Human Rights Council called for an independent inquiry into the deaths and the Trump Administration’s response.
It found that the U.,N.
Special Rapporteur on Torture, Louis Charbonnier, had not done enough to protect victims and that the Trump White House had failed to act in response to the complaints.
The council called on the U.-S.
State Department and other U. S. agencies to immediately release the names of the individuals and the government of the United States that had participated in the deaths, and to conduct a full and thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the deaths.
In its report, the council said it had received more than 1,400 complaints about the deaths in 2016 and 2016 alone.
There were several deaths at two U. sate ski resorts in February. “
The Council urges the Government of the U S. of America to ensure that its investigations are prompt, transparent and free from political interference,” the report said.
There were several deaths at two U. sate ski resorts in February.
At the ski resort of Alyeska in the far north of the state, two people were found dead in their vehicles.
Alyska issued a statement saying it was aware of the death of one of its employees and was “deeply saddened by this tragic loss.”
On the resort of Couples resorts, two women were found with gunshot wounds to the head and neck on the morning of Feb. 23.
On Jan. 6, a 19-year-old man was found dead at Couples, two days after a man was killed by an unknown assailant.
The victim, identified as Joseph J. Smith, was from Colorado.
Smith had worked as a construction worker at the resort for about a year.
The White House has not commented on the deaths or any of the other deaths, but the U-S.
Embassy in Russia said the two deaths had nothing to do with the Trump regime.
Trump, who has frequently criticized the U .
N. as a tool of the Clinton administration, said in a statement Wednesday that the council’s findings were “wrong and unacceptable.”
“The Trump administration has a long history of trying to intimidate the United Nations into compliance with its will and to silence independent investigators,” he said.
“They are now trying to silence the U.’s own independent human rights investigators.”