First of All, I would like to send my sincere condolences to the family of David Mwangosi. My intention of this post is to remind the Swedish Envoy in Dar Es Salaam that he doesn't have the moral authority to bark at the Tanzanian Police Forces if you recall that his own National Police shot three people with live bullets, during the Swedish Presidency of the European Union in June 2001. Although shooting anyone is a bad thing, be it with live ammunition or rubber bullet the experience is not present, the Swedish Envoy should have known better and start by acknowledging that in his own country the Police Force shot three people and arrested several hundreds. Where does he draw the moral authority and bark at the Tanzanians? As a rejoinder and point of observation, the police force should avoid the use of excessive force but CHADEMA should refrain from their M4C Operations as people (Tanzanians) are killed. They should play by the rules. No where in this world you can fight someone with guns with empty words, pen or a camera! The outcome usually someone will loose his cool, and the result can be very graphic.