KALIEF BROWDER, MCKINNEY SWIMMING POOL, TAMIR RICE & wACO BIKERS---ALL CIVIL RIGHTS CONCERNS
The suicide death of the young man--Kalief Browder---who was held for 3 years without trial at Riker's Island for a minor offense, the incident at the swimming pool in McKinney, Texas, the decision of community leaders in Cleveland to seek to bypass the Cuyahoga County prosecutor regarding the death of Tamir Rice and the police shooting of the bikers in Waco are all civil rights and essential American justice concerns.
When people in authority use their power to do bad things to people or to kill people, we've got to be certain that such power has been used according to our lows and according to fairness.
There is just reason at all to believe that the bikers in Waco were shot and killed for good reason until it has been proved that such was really the case. Where are the videos of the shootout? If it was a shootout between police and the bikers, then why were no police hurt?
It's not okay to shoot people because they are unpleasant or not popular. It is somebody else today. It'll be you tomorrow.
All lives are of equal value.
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6/9/2015 08:51:55 am
I agree with your statements and the theory that government oversteps it's bounds and needs to be watched closely. I really wonder about a couple of the examples, mostly because I don't feel like I have enough information to understand what happened.
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