posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 04:22 AM
reply to post by dave_welch
I can agree wholeheartedly with your wish to avoid judging all police officers by the standards of these three, but I can't help wondering if the
tone of your post would not be somewhat more emphatic had you been the guy on the ground.
It is simply not a case of "some cops are good, some are bad," what we see here is a society where state brutality is allowed to flourish.
These three individuals have not been raised and nurtured by a caring decent society, or they would not act this way, even with a wrongdoer. Though
responsible for their actions, they are not responsible for their shortcomings.
This situation is a result of a poor educational system at one end, and a corrupt leadership at the other.
Who was responsible for the behaviour of these three thugs ?
They failed in their duty.
Who was supposed to train them ?
Who is responsible for seeing justice done here ?
Don't make me laugh.
I doubt whether any of the three have the intelligence or the training to carry out their responsibilities, those above them will inevitably be aware
of this, and only a system rotten to the very core would allow them to patrol the streets.
The only incongruity here, perhaps evident in the opening post (?), is the myth that the police are there to protect the people - and that is rapidly
The rest of the word is becoming familiar with armed American goons.
They are the new face of America.