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Originally posted by ybab hsur
reply to post by jackinthebox
Okay, i think i see what you're trying to say, so that poses a new question for me, and please do correct me if im wrong in my assumption of your mentality
If a police officer tells you to do something, and you feel as though what that officer is telling you to do is violating your rights, what makes you feel compelled to "fight the power" if you have done nothing wrong?
By how i interpret your mentality on the issue, i would have to say "wouldnt it be better to just do what they say, and be on your way" than to fight the power and make things worse for you?
A police officer cannot be spittin rays of sunshine out of his hindquarters. Police officers are trained to be firm and direct, this is to shy away those more cowardly criminals. So the next time an officer says
'would you please step out of the vehicle and put your hands on your head'
you should do it - especially if you've done nothing wrong.
Originally posted by titorite
reply to post by toasted
I have an issue the a lying news media that covers up police brutality. I have an issue with them reporting falsehoods.