Michael Rupp
Yep, the Police can be very brutal in the USA 🇺🇸
More people than nobody do need to see it to believe it—#Pics or it didn't happen. 🙄

#PoliceBrutality is #Systemic and #Endemic. When I'm in a more doubtful mood I think of it as a confluence of random events and human nature—Stanford Prison Experiment—that get us to a point that we're at right now, but when I'm more confident I see it as a #mindfully #programmed part of the #system of #Capitalism by the #Wealthy #Oligarchs like #Koch Bros. designed specifically to keep the people in powerin power.

No matter what the driving force is behind our #InstitutionalRacism and #Police #Brutality, it exists.

Seeing-as-how a couple days ago a down-to-Earth but established star like Anna Kendrick has started #Tweeting about it, maybe you can pass it on to your #JoeThePlumber type relatives before #FauxNews starts slandering her as an #Atheist #Lesbian #BabyEater, or the #qAnon / #MAGA types try to murder her.

I mean. They couldn’t stop themselves from blatantly escalating things. Even for a few days, even cynically, even for the optics.


Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) May 31, 2020
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Tessa Byrd
There are always folks who deny, justify, and excuse brutality though. Pictures and video recordings have traditionally been ignored. I say traditionally because law enforcement has been murdering unarmed cooperating Black men & women for AT LEAST a decade...
Digit
oh it's enough to laugh/cry. that understatement. at least a decade. yeah. just a bit. 🙁
Michael Rupp
State v. Keith Davis, Jr. – Episode 11 - Reasonable Doubt
This episode of Undisclosed reveals amazing #Corruption in the #UnitedStates #Justice #System. The #Baltimore PD plant evidence, defraud forensic evidence and lie in open court about the fraudulent evidence. To harken back to the O. J. Simpson trial, I knew he was guilty but was happy with the verdict because the evidence they had was insufficient to convict within a healthy justice system.

In this episode of the #Undisclosed #Podcast, you'll see that the police don't need evidence to convict poor people.
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