I can tell you one damn thing, had this been the woman whom I call mother; the woman who took me in and did her best for me, I’d have done the same thing. Who do these cops think they are speaking to a woman as they do, treating this woman as they do; then beating up a teenager who can’t even legally drive yet, as they all too often seem to enjoy doing?!
My blood is racing over this; so I’m just going to copy and paste, and post link at the bottom. In my last post I said all I can say about these hate-filled, racist, sexist, murdering, abusive cops.
Oh, again let me note; though the job of a cop doesn’t even fit into the top 10 most years for most dangerous job, this year, 2015, has been even more safe of a year for them. It has been a sickly brutal one for those they claim they are to serve and protect. And they go on a paid vacation which they will soon be relieved from and allowed to return back to their normal duties.
While they are on their paid vacation, the rest of us have been watching and/or are watching now… I’ve been watching, as have others; year after year, decade upon decade, as the police do horrific, cruel, unspeakable things from abuse of ALL forms to murdering in VARIOUS ways; clearly racist, clearly uncalled for, clearly because they knew they could; and despite how obvious it is, we watch them walk away justified more often than not.
AS ALWAYS, THIS IS NOT AN ISOLATED CASE; HE SADLY ISN’T THE ONLY YOUTH OF HIS AGE TO ENDURE THIS OR WORSE (BEING MURDERED). I SAY THIS TO REMIND YOU THIS ISN’T AN ISOLATED ISSUE; THIS IS AN ONGOING PROBLEM WITH COPS WHOM SEEM TO BE GETTING MORE BOLD WITH THEIR HATE-FILLED MURD
(This was caught on video; see YouTube video before it’s removed)
Police in St. Paul, Minnesota recently slammed a 15-year-old to the concrete and brutally arrested him after he defended his mother from bullies.
The kid stood up for mother when a police officer talked to her disrespectfully, and mocked her weight.
The arresting officer claimed the teen was “resisting arrest.” He was later charged with “disorderly conduct” and his mother was arrested for “suspicion of obstructing legal process.”
Alex Weston, a friend who was at the same church picnic recorded the incident on his cell phone.
He says that this was a clear case of police misconduct.
used a cellphone to record video of some of the incident. He said he wants to draw attention to a case he regards as police misconduct and to seek answers.
St. Paul Police Chief Thomas Smith says that he “has seen the video, he’s aware of the situation, he’s aware of the community concern around it,” police spokesman Steve Linders relayed.
They added that the department is “reviewing what happened leading up to what was caught on video, what happened during the part that is on video and what happened afterward.”