TN Police

Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by oldhifi, Apr 27, 2014.

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    Amadou Diallo and Abner Louima were good, very public, and well documented examples where police antics were going in this nation.

    Too bad most white people didn't pay attention. They might have learned something and joined other ethnic groups in trying to put the brakes on the blue wall of silence, and militarized flatfoots.
     
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    Im so tired of seeing police brutality ********. I bet anything this officer doesn't get fired. He will have a payed suspension and keep his job. What a ****ing joke. That officer should be fired and charged with aggravated assault.
     
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    yes he did get fired, hopefully they will prosecute him and send him to jail. I hope they sue..
     
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    If accurately presented, Unacceptable, excessive use of force. Officer should be charged.

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    I want to be sure you disapprove of this policeman's actions?
     
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    You'd think cops would be a little more careful with the advent of cell phone cameras being everywhere now. No doubt that this stuff happened before but would go unreported. Student is not resisting nor trying to flee. Does not even appear to be fighting at all.
     
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    It 'is' the Daily Mail...but yes, it looks fairly conclusive doesn't it?

    I look forward to the day when all police are required to wear video cameras.
    Should hopefully eliminate the worst excesses.
     

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