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I wonder what the police side of the story will be?
Cops break a 10-year-old boy's leg with a kick then sexually assault mother...
Courtney Silvera, age 10, was eating cereal at 7 a.m. on Jan. 30, 2013, when the police knocked on the door. They were looking for his mother's ex-boyfriend, who had possibly violated an order of protection. His grandmother, who is suffering from brain and lung cancer, answered the door but had difficulty understanding the cops' reason for being there, New York's Daily News reports. So Courtney grabbed his mom's cellphone and began recording the conversation.
One cop didn't like that, so he kicked the boy in the shin, breaking his leg, according to a complaint filed in Brooklyn Federal Court and seen by the Daily News.
"The police had come to our house before , and he's fascinated by the police; he looks up to them," Courtney's mom, Krystle Silvera, 30, a nursing student at Long Island University, told the Daily News in an exclusive interview.
Stories like this are surfacing on a nearly daily basis. The "Might makes Right" attitude is out of control.
reply to post by Blackmarketeer
How much do you wanna bet that these cops are former military.
Recruiting ex-military to be cops has to be one of the most insane ideas to date.
Even if theyre not, this should come as no surprise. People now fear cops more than they do criminals and rightfully so. A citizen can defend him or herself against a typical thug. Try and defend yourself against a criminal cop, get assaulted and arrested.
Cops are America's newest and largest gang/mafia/criminal cartel.
Not to mention that in NYC, cops are encouraged to break the law and violate civil rights via stop and frisk.
Without exception, EVERY interaction with police MUST be recorded.
edit on 6-2-2014 by gladtobehere because: wording
This IS the behavior that will replace what will become obsolete, and that is being courteous and professional to people. When guns are banned like in NYC, the cops will act like this every single time, in every country with gun bans, without fail..
First off: America IS superior. And in MOST places, police are not beating and shooting people. In some places - yes, but it is like that in every damn country. It is part of the human condition - people abuse authority, which is why *checks and balances* must be in place.