My opinion: I'm not sure why police officers would feel the need to use violence (dude held down and beaten up) on the guy in the video when there are
3 of them against just him, and he wasn't even resisting with force. All the guy said was for the officer to lay his hand off of him. I don't think
there was any need for violence, the officer could have just had a meaningful interview and conversation with the man over what cause the suicide of
his step son. But I feel that some officers may hold themselves so high that when the public questions them or tell them to not touch them, they feel
as if the public is disrespecting their authority, and uses force to make them submit.
I really don't think we need officers in a free country if everyone looks out for one another, but everyone is just preoccupied with their own lives
and business. So we do need officers. But we need officers who are respectful and considerate to the public for who they really serve. Not saying that
there are not respectful and considerate officers out there. Just saying that some officers just aren't able to distinguish right from wrong in moral
behavior. No matter whoever a person is that is caught in a situation that needs help, any offers should attend to it because it is the right thing to
edit on 16-6-2011 by MIDNIGHTSUN because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by MIDNIGHTSUN
I really don't think we need officers in a free country
Which country are you referring to?
I think that America is a free country, but that is only free if the people believe in it. The people have been manipulated into believing in a system
where they are subjected to laws crafted by a fake government who really are representatives that are suppose to serve the people. That is why people
don't know that they are the true holders of power, and just let corrupt politicians run amok.
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