It never shows how this individual may have been acting towards the officers. It is all about how the world sees things. If many police departments got body cameras, then there would be fewer stunts pulled, in my opinion. Why would the individual want them acting like a fool on camera? They would be less likely to harass the police and more likely to listen because now the police have a way to back up their story.
Just because a police officer assumes they’re reaching for a gun, trying to run away, attack them, etc.. They think they may do that because they’re wearing a badge and trained, nobody can tell them what to do. Most victims of police brutality weren’t even armed or had any weapons on them and they got beat or killed. For example, the shooting of Michael Brown he wasn’t even armed, and he got killed by Officer Wilson. Witnesses said Brown was moving toward Wilson, with his hands up in surrender and Wilson fired 12 shots in total.
It’s illegal for a cop to violate someone's rights; police officers are suppose to be trusted and expected to respect society as a whole. Even though officers can be cruel and unfair, we the people have to obey authority, if a cop says STOP, we stop. Do not make the situation harder for yourself or others, we all have a role to play. The important thing to do is to understand the circumstances and rights we have during arrest. Furthermore, in addition I
I fear that the police is going to become the new KKK.In the article of Jim Crow Policing Bob Hebert stated,”People who object to the harassment are often threatened with arrest for disorderly conduct”.In other words Bob is saying no matter the police can harass you and you can 't do anything about it which is unfair.The Jim Crow Policing article in paragraph nine basically summarize how police would stop people of color because they dressed like a gangster or dressed like they are suspicious of doing something.The police also stop people of color by the way they move shifty.I hate the fact how the police are basically judging us by the way we dress and walk. The police just know they can get away with anything especially harassing innocent people of color for no good
He called for backup and told them to wait until he had more insight on what happened at the convenience store. While Graham was waiting for officer Connor to come back, he got out of the car, ran around the car twice and passed out by the car. Officer Connor's backup arrived on scene to help officer Connor apprehend Berry and Graham while Berry was pleading for them to help Graham. The officers rejected his cry for help while placing Graham's face down on the hood of the car. Graham asked the police officers to check his wallet for his diabetic decal.
Instead, it only obviated the flaws of the monarchy to people once again leading to more opposition especially because the torture methods were incredibly cruel. Everyone was subjected to torture including women and children showing the brutality and extent to which authority would go to control people. Although spilling blood was prohibited according to Catholic law, other methods were used with water, rope, and fire that were even more painful. Catholics knew they should not have been inflicting pain upon people, but they found a loophole so they could maintain power. Many people were tortured under false pretenses and were usually innocent causing conflict to arise.
For example, Trujillo killed a bunch of innocent people. As a result, these people were afraid to speak because they didn’t want to expose themselves from being at risk or in danger. For starters, Trujillo rules had damaged a lot people. For instance, these people were obligated to to due certain rules. Many of them did not agree or felt that these rules were wrong ,yet they couldn’t speak up or change anything because that's they way it was intended to be.
Major upheavals by the black community and the demise of innocent lives is one of the causes of police brutality. The violent acts of police officers should not be justified when there are always many alternatives that should have been considered before using violence. Today citizens live in fear of people that should be trusted, such as police officers, because it is their job and duty to secure and protect the people, however that is not the case, because as a result of police brutality, the people feel insecure and
The law officers was not charged for the incident, so it created a riot in Los Angeles. (Police Brutality). The final problem is there is not enough of different race working together. There was an investigation that was affected by the police officers, because of their nationality within other officers. “Additionally, the boards often found police unwilling to cooperate with their investigations due to a desire to protect their fellow officers- a phenomenon known as the “blue wall of silence”(Police Brutality.)
They are put into place to avoid problems that are not necessarily against the law but are not behaviors people should be participating in. Ethical standards for law enforcement officials can include not taking any bribes or money from criminals who want to get out of a situation. This can include not taking money for traffic violations or drug convictions. While this behavior is illegal, it definitely also constitutes as unethical. The biggest reason lies behind the fact that if more police officers exhibit this type of behavior, then it will be more common for criminals to commit these crimes since nobody is being punished for
This problem hasn’t been solved yet due to the lack of law. Civilians are not getting justice, when a police officer commits a crime and gets away with it, other police officers find out about the situation and they feel that if that one officer got away with it why can’t they? If Police officers were getting punished for their lack of duty, other officers would step up and try to avoid what that officer did. This problem has also not been solved due to the lack of judges not finding any officers guilty. Not finding them guilty leads to more police brutality.
The colonist was angry and the soldiers panicked as they were surrounded by mobs of angered colonist and the sons of liberty. Looking at the situation on the side of the British soldiers, it was safe to say that they were scared and angry because of the sheer amount of colonist who surrounded them. However, this still does not give them the right to open fire among unarmed civilians without authorization. One could argue that their lives were in danger as they were going to be attacked, but I would argue that there could have been other ways to attempt to fix the situation. On the other hand, looking at the side of the colonist mobbing the soldiers and provoking them by throwing stuff at them was not a wise decision either.
Rape in the military is a datable topic because some people maybe too ignorant to believe such a horrendous act can happen in our military. Some people may believe that the reason why we don’t hear about many rape cases in the military is because they don’t occur. Others may disagree and say that these victims are too afraid of speaking up because of the hate they will receive because they are tarnishing a fellow soldiers reputation.
Some tried to stop while others continued to build up the hysteria. However, Abigail is the most responsible for the witch hysteria. Due to her selfishness and jealousy, she created this huge chaos and the people who did not want to get involved in this would get caught in the middle of it. Even after it was over, she did not show any remorse for it. Instead of admitting to the truth, she left the town because she knew how much trouble she would be in if she stayed.
Tasing Terence was the right thing to do when he had gotten back to his vehicle, and when it looked like he was reaching in it. For officer Betty Shelby, I do believe that charges should be pressed, and that she should not be able to continue police work. Due to the fact that she has taken a life only under suspicion of a weapon. When an officer shoots their gun, they do not shoot with the intent to kill, but they shoot to stop the opposing threat. The threat in this case was never truly identified as a threat, thus making this shooting unlawful.