Police Brutality And The Long Hard Road
If We Were ‘Staggered’ by Police Brutality, Wouldn’t Walter Scott Mistrial Have Knocked Us Over?
Corporate media keep referring to how the country has been “rocked” or “staggered” by revelations of police brutality in black communities—evoking the question, if we were really staggered, wouldn’t something like this knock us over?
Instead, we got …
Tom Moverman: "We’re learning that while laws against police brutality exist, they don’t seem to be enforced." https://t.co/pqRFM6zFzS
— Learn Liberty (@LearnLiberty) December 10, 2016
NYC to pay $600,000 in police brutality case
New York City has agreed to pay more than $600,000 to settle claims from a man who said he was brutally beaten by police officers nearly five years ago.
Special Little Snowflakes Blockade Berkeley
And then you have these out-of-touch entitlement-minded snowflakes who think that it’s okay to blockade colleges, freeways, etc., and disrupt innocent people’s lives and jobs all so the rest of us can experience their “oppression”.
These people need to wake up and get a clue.
So a kid whose studying to be say, a lawyer, has an important exam that starts in 5 minutes and he’s running late because he studied all night long to get a good grade, but now he can’t get to it because you won’t let him thru. He has to go around half the college, is ten minutes late to his exam and now he fails. And so you’re thinking he’s suddenly going to come back and join your cause??
I’m pretty sure the “I’m going to inconvenience you, disrupt your day, cost you your job, block traffic so you’re late, make you miss your college exam, job interview, doctor appointment, etc., so you will pay attention to me and join my cause” has NEVER worked. EVER. And pretty sure it never will. Ever.
On the other hand, how often have people whose lives and schedules were disrupted by these morons ever been permanently turned AGAINST their cause? Pretty much a daily occurrence.
2 Chicago Cops Resign Over Decade-Old Police Brutality Case
It took five years before the police board moved to fire Murphy and Orsa, but after a county judge reversed the board’s decision, the two men remained on the police force for another five years.
Finally, this past August, an Illinois appeals court panel …
OSU Activists Complain Terrorist Was Wrongly Shot By Police
Hindsight is always 20/20, especially when it comes to terrorist sympathizers.
“Perhaps they were domestic abusers, perhaps they threatened or killed others.
This possibility is not something to shy away from.
The protest against police brutality extends to the innocent and the guilty alike, because we know that no matter the …
Against the Wall, a sobering PSA short film released on Wednesday, seeks to tackle police brutality and racial… https://t.co/x1EO06PWk2
— Sankofa.org (@sankofadotorg) October 12, 2016
NYC Settles Suit Alleging Police Brutality for $614K
New York City has settled a civil rights lawsuit filed by a man who claimed he was viciously beaten by NYPD officers.
Sarah Wallace reports. (Published Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016).
New York City has settled a civil rights lawsuit filed by a man who claimed …
Egregious Police Brutality: It All Depends on the Camera Angle
Man hit by off-duty cop at Portillo’s files police brutality lawsuit
A man who says he was beaten by an off-duty Chicago police officer working as a restaurant security guard has filed a lawsuit.
The suit alleges not just police brutality, but also an alleged police cover-up of the incident.
The lawsuit …
Man claims police brutality against Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
“They beat him. They slapped him. They punched him. They kneed him. They elbowed him. While he was in handcuffs. They cursed him,” Attorney Franie Lee said.
His client, Tommy Guyton, is claiming police brutality.
“Mr. Guyton had no warrants on him.
Police Brutality and the Possibilities of Evil
The video seamlessly blends an array of police brutality–related media: footage of an encounter between Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera and activist Kwame Rose in Baltimore after the death of Freddie Gray, from the perspectives of both citizen …
how…..does that confront….police brutality….like im genuinely curious pic.twitter.com/MasUD4OpEQ
— kayla (@goofygooberock) December 10, 2016
Families, Students March To End Police Brutality
On the second anniversary of a Staten Island jury acquitting Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the chokehold death of Eric Garner, about 100 people marched through Harlem with the families of those killed at the hands of police …
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