posted on Mar, 1 2013 @ 03:47 PM
Originally posted by dianashay
reply to post by cody599
yes, as I read on the link I gave in another thread that says ""The video footage and the man’s death raised fresh concerns about police brutality
in a country where more than 1,200 people a year die while in custody."
We have 30 000 murders a year, and about 40 000 road deaths a year. We have 500 000 formal full time jobs, and over 50 000 000 people. Last year,
Something crazy like 6 people died while applying for 90 positions in the metro police in durban, I can't recall how many thousand applicants there
were, 20 or 30 thousand, if not more.
We are the most likely place for you to die violently in the world.
If you go out at night, you have equal chances of car accident, hi-jacking or police. Of course, the police come after both of the first 2 anyway.