A popular police trainer tells his pupils, “Killing is just not that big a deal” and promises “the best sex” afterward as one of the “perks.”
La la la, I can't hear you!
In Bill Barr’s America, racism is a thing of the past and if Blacks didn’t behave so badly, they wouldn’t have problems with the police. And he cited an old quote from Jesse Jackson as “proof” that being afraid of Blacks doesn't make you (i.e. him) a racist.
"A grand jury returned indictments against two Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officers accused of using excessive force while arresting two women during the height of protests in downtown Indianapolis."
Five New Jersey police officers are being accused of using excessive force after they were seen wrestling a Black man to the ground for allegedly having a open beer at a beach.
Frank Figliuzzi and Rev. Al Sharpton joined Nicolle Wallace to pore over the wrenching issues surrounding the police killing of George Floyd, a Black man in Minneapolis.
If you thought the Ahmaud Abery murder was horrifying, the police murder of Breonna Taylor and the arrest of her licensed-gunowner boyfriend who “stood his ground” when the police barged into the sleeping couple’s apartment in the middle of the night, may be even worse.
Attorney General Bill Barr took a break from undermining the FBI’s Russia investigation to lecture the rest of us, especially people of color, to respect law enforcement or else.
In the rarest of occurrences, jurors convicted Officer Roy Oliver of murder in the shooting of unarmed 15-year-old, Jordan Edwards.
O'Donnell explains why citizens with cameras have changed the game, and how uninformed juries have their sympathies played in favor of cops.
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