Why the police officers are brutality on black people? There are highest percentage of statistics that police officers; white people are racism against black people and they killed them without the cautions while some of black people unarmed that means they do not have any weapons on them. Black people have some struggled to understand why every year the police officers always killed black people without negotiation and why against black people while they are innocent. There are several ways are complication situations between the police officers against black people because of racism. I noticed the police officers killed the article Called Policing the Police talked about the highest percentages of black men who unarmed.
Race is not a choice, just as many other things society has decided to label are not a choice. I have had friends and family attacked and unfairly searched because officers assumed they had contraband or did something illegal. I had a friend named Gerome whose car was raided by police because they thought he might have drugs, my friend Kennedys brother was shot and killed in front of their house, and rather than doing a full investigation they said it was gang violence and closed the case. If this were a caucasian child who was shot in front of their house, in front of family, and the neighborhood, there would have been much further and thorough investigation. it is completely invalid to think or simply suggest that racial profiling does not exist
Where an african american child was shot and killed, only, he did nothing wrong. Even if it was a small mistake, this caused uproar and outrage. The citizens of Ferguson started mobs and burned down shops, while the police fended them off as well as they could, but there was not much government intervention, which is why without a doubt, this kind of outrage may start again in another town. But, from small towns to big cities, the issue spreads. In San Bernardino, two people massacred coworkers at a party and fled the scene, even if the police did their best, people were still upset that this happened, which is totally understandable.
He wasn’t forcing anyone to buy the drugs, and he didn’t sell to children like M&M. The fact that he had to hide that he was selling drugs from Bryon didn’t help the matter. Bryon was extremely upset when he found out, and he called the
Shootings have been happening for years, but just recently, everyone is interested in the “brutality” of American Law Enforcement. That is purely the media presenting crime stories based around a white officer shooting a black man. The media continues to do this because the president does not speak out against it. In fact, he even condones it by continuously mentioning shootings of blacks and ignoring completely when an officer or even civilian of any race is injured or killed. The president should be impartial to race but still concerned for his people.
Due to lack of evidence, it is often hard to charge an officer for disorderly conduct, which causes the public outrage and turns them against the justice system. If officers wore body cameras, there would be more evidence to support any claims made between both the officers and the public who ask for answers. A great example of this occurred earlier this year with the death of Mike Brown, who was an unarmed teenager killed by Darren Wilson. Wilson was indicted because of the lack of evidence that Brown was actually a threat. It was basically the public against an officer.
One of the most controversial topics in the past year has been police brutality. It hard to go anywhere or watch any news these days without seeing something on a different situation where either the policeman has gone too far and abused his or her power. Or where an innocent policeman was attacked and murdered for doing something simple like a traffic stop or filling up his gas tank like what occurred in Texas this past October. It seems like it is the cool thing in today’s society to hate cops. If police body cameras were to be enforced for policemen it would change both how the public treats officers and how officers handle situations.
When we told him we did not have a public phone he cussed; causing the officers to come to the counter and escort him out. Which happened to be same officers who did not remove the two young white boys off of the premises for fighting. Which crime was worse? The
With guns drawn and threats that they would “blow his head off”, the officers unjustly searched his car and held him at gunpoint. Stevenson explains his immense fear of these supposed upholders of the law, and how their own racial suspicions of him could have easily led to his death. The police maintain the ability to sentence civilians to death in a heartbeat, and unfortunately are guided by racial biases to at times unjustly distribute this punishment. This ability to kill is necessary for police officers to protect the community, yet continues to be grossly misused. While this right to kill is different from a judge and jury’s right to kill, misuse by both parties supports the claim that the death penalty is too powerful to be justly distributed.
Many officers use racial profiling to an excessive degree and use it as their defense for killing a defenseless African American. According to mic.com, white officers kill black suspects twice a week in the United States. It is the unfortunate truth that black people are more likely to be killed by the police than any other race. In order to properly train law enforcements, they must be taught to not discriminate against someone because of their skin color. Killing someone based off their race is a terrible way of
Mark covers and investigates gun violence stats that “Most of us are disturbed or repulsed by the image of a killer posing with a gun or sporting a maniacal grin. But aspiring copycats see an antihero who’s gone from being a miserable nobody to a world famous somebody with a few pulls of a trigger”(Falleman). Mark is explaining that other people see these shooters getting all this media attention which motivates them to want the same attention. Hopefully in the near future American media could stop with the racial name when describing shooters of color and white shooters. Also another thing that media could stop doing is giving so much attention to
Police brutality hurts families around the world because their siblings are either hurt or killed for no reason. “Excessive and lethal force have always been major sources of conflict between members of minority groups and the police in the United States.” Police brutality happens all over the world. It mainly happens because of some officers being racists. People don 't see eye to eye, they just
Witnesses say that the teen was unarmed walking down a street with his hood up when he was shot. The result of this is riots breaking out throughout the entire country. In the earlier years, police demoralized the African Americans by hitting them with nightsticks and spraying them with high power hoses. Back then, almost everyone thought that it was okay because blacks weren 't viewed as human beings, but as savage animals that were unclean and violent. I think that this needs to be addressed because it is a major problem throughout our country and other countries around the world.
If the police did not find the killer or a suspect in a reasonable amount of time, they would be called incompetent or try to fire people within the police department like Detective Gitchell, this forced the police to find somebody and name them as the suspect. Once a suspect was named in the case, the public further pressured the police to make sure the suspects were convicted just for the public’s need of justice. If the police instead not had the pressure to find the killer they would have had enough time and resources to gather evidence and get the correct killer. The public does have the right to demand justice for a crime but in this case it