[S3E3] Excessive Force UPD
Up north of the Wall, winter has already come with deadly force. Jon Snow and the Wildlings have come to the place where most of the Night's Watch was massacred by the White Walkers. They find no bodies there, though; just the heads of dead horses, which have been placed in a particular circular pattern. Mance Rayder, the King Beyond the Wall, begins to formulate a plan. "Mormont took a big gamble going north, and he lost." With the Night's Watch decimated and wandering lost in the northern wild, Mance orders an assault on the wall. He plans to capture Castle Black, promising to "light the biggest fir the north has ever seen." In the chance Jon does not help them take the castle, Mace orders his men to throw Jon off the edge of the wall. Things are not looking good for the ancient order of the Night's Watch.
[S3E3] Excessive Force
When the team consults for the NYPD on the defense of a police officer accused of excessive force in the shooting of an unarmed man, the social politics surrounding the case create tension within their own ranks.
For the scene where Termite gets into and subsequently blows up his lover's urethra, Brett Gredge confirmed that the crew created a 11-foot high and 30-feet long penis prosthetic (modelled after that of Seth Rogen) with a post he made at his Instagram account with a photo of himself alongside his stunt double Alex Armbruster posing in front of the fake penis covered in white powder. The show also created a fully made CGI octopus for the scene where the Deep is forced by Homelander to eat it to rejoin the Seven as the crew did not want to endanger or harm any animal. Fleet also revealed that the crew created a giant bag with white powder for the first episode where Termite in his small size is captured by Butcher into a bag full of cocaine and is taken into the custody by the Federal Bureau of Superhuman Affairs. A prosthetic animatronic octopus was created for an scene where it is seen having sex with The Deep for the sixth episode Herogasm.
At Dragonstone, Melisandre is leaving on a journey with unknown purposes. Stannis is not pleased about this, but the red priestess promises she will return soon. Stannis asks her to make him another "son" to eliminate his enemies, but Melisandre says that he is too weak for it at the moment, that every shadow creature she creates for him depletes his life force. There are, however, other ways to power her sorcery, as the king's blood required can be taken from other sources.
Buoyed by his success in negotiation, Jaime tells Locke that his father will make him a very rich man if he lets Jaime go. The North cannot win the war in the long run, and it is better to be on the winning side than to honourably follow one's liege lord to inevitable defeat. Locke is apparently interested in Jaime's offer and has him unbound from his tree. He offers Jaime a meal, but instead leads him to a tree stump and forces Jaime onto it. Locke tells Jaime that he is not half as clever or intimidating as he thinks, that he is nothing without his father's gold and influence. To make a point, he cuts off Jaime's right hand.
In the last two weeks, unwarranted violence against Palestinians by Israeli authorities has increased. Palestinians on the ground have resisted, and in turn, Israeli forces have since used repeated excessive force on Palestinians. As Airstrikes continue, Israel is cracking down on media with strong censorship of Palestinian content, and the recent targeted bombing of Al-Jazeera and Associated Press building. Israel is using its connections and influence with social media companies to censor content and expression online. Today we speak to 3 Palestinians to shed light on the situation on the ground, what Palestinians need to support their struggle, and what the reality of the struggle is for palestinians.Our guests today include Fayrouz Sharqawi, the director at Grassroots Jerusalem, a platform for Palestinian and international activists and organizations in Jerusalem. Afaf Al-Najjar is in Khan Younis in Gaza, and is a writer with We Are Not Numbers. Lastly, Mona Shtaya is a Communicator, campaigner, Digital/ Human Rights defender and Local Advocacy Manager at Hamlah, the Arab center for social media. 041b061a72