117 Countries Slam American Police Brutality at UN Human Rights Council

May 12, 2015   |   Claire Bernish

(ANTIMEDIA) In what could hardly be called a surprise, the UN Human Rights Council chastised the US over its epidemic of police violence, discrimination, needless killings, and general neglect, following through with recommendations made in its first review in 2010.

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) takes place every four years to scrutinize the human and civil rights practices of each of the UN’s 193 member nations. Delegates from 117 countries took the opportunity to lambaste the US’ record of civil rights violations exacted by its brutal and racist police forces.

In an attempt to fend off the inevitable, James Cadogan, a senior counselor in the Department of Justice’s Human Rights Division, said the US must “rededicate ourselves to ensuring that our civil rights laws live up to their promise,” listing several “tragic deaths” that sparked numerous demonstrations and wide-scale unrest across the country. However, he seemed to be blind to the fundamental basis for such outrage saying the US wishes to “identify and address potential policing issues before they become systemic problems,”, even asserting a fictitious good record for holding violators accountable. As Mary McLeod, acting legal adviser to the US Dept of State, put it, “We’re proud of the work we’ve done since our last UPR.” Most would disagree.

What the US representatives touted as improvements, actually do more to highlight the systemic issue they claim to be on the lookout for. Cadogan cited 400 instances in the past six years in which charges were brought against law enforcement officials, but this doesn’t figure in the disproportionately light punishment that often results from prosecution of police officers. Even his own preemptive statement, naming Michael Brown and Eric Garner as examples, speaks far more to police impunity than accountability — and is hardly reflective of the totality of incidents. Over 400 people have been killed by police in 2015 alone.

“Chad considers the United States of America to be a country of freedom, but recent events targeting black sectors of society have tarnished its image,” said Awada Angui, the delegate from that country.

The representative from Namibia, Gladice Pickering, echoed the general consensus saying the US needs “to fix the broken justice system that continues to discriminate against [marginalized communities], despite recent waves of protest over racial profiling and police killings of unarmed black men.”

Critics across the board urged improvements in training methods and legislation and included goals to eliminate racism and end excessive force.

“I’m not surprised that the world’s eyes are focused on police issues in the US,” said Alba Morales of Human Rights Watch. “There is an international spotlight that’s been shone [on the issues], in large part due to the events in Ferguson and the disproportionate police response to even peaceful protesters.”

A federal investigation was launched on Friday to determine if police in Baltimore have instituted a pattern of discrimination following reports from residents of brutal abuse before and after Freddie Gray was killed in police custody. Such investigations are often too little, too late for victims and their families, who see them more akin to the cynical joke; “we investigated ourselves and found we did nothing wrong.”

Martinez Sutton, whose 22-year-old sister, Rekia Boyd, was shot by an off-duty Chicago police officer in 2012, observed from the sidelines. He feels that her killer’s acquittal three weeks ago is frustratingly typical: “I do not expect them to do anything because – I mean: Let us be real, it has been going on for years and what has been done?  As I stated before, they say the guilty should be punished.  I want them to show us instead of tell us. My sister was innocent, so why isn’t anybody paying for her death?”

The UN will issue its report on the review along with recommendations on Friday, though its contents probably won’t be of much consequence considering the US “largely failed” to implement any of the 171 changes suggested in  the previous report.

There isn’t much comfort to be found in an atmosphere where calling the cops for assistance could potentially be your own death sentence. But if our own government doesn’t see a problem with its policing policies, at least 117 other countries around the world are starting to ask questions.


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Author: Claire Bernish

Claire Bernish joined Anti-Media as an independent journalist in May of 2015. Her topics of interest include thwarting war propaganda through education, the refugee crisis & related issues, 1st Amendment concerns, ending police brutality, and general government & corporate accountability. Born in North Carolina, she now lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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  1. Here's a thought. If i was the leader of a country soon to be replaced and i knew that the UN longed to infiltrate and assume power within my country, wouldnt it benefit me to promote media propaganda and perpetuate violence between gov and civilians in order to further UN intervention into the operation of my country freezing all gov and other laws while a restructuring under a European one world gov and court were installed guaranteeing my own position as supreme leader of the newly reformed north american peopkes socialist republic. Just a thought.

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  2. Probably frank carlson. But after 22 years working with numerous branches of the gov. I am suprised by nothing.

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  3. Probably frank carlson. But after 22 years working with numerous branches of the gov. I am suprised by nothing.

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  4. Don Curry????? Our Nation does have a issue with Police violence and a poor track record of holding officers accountable when caught on video. I believe one day this time period will be seen as a time of injustice and much like Nazi Germany and the Gestapo. The American Police State. Incarceration Nation as hundreds of thousands rot in cells for being sick from drug addiction. This time in History will be remembered as a time of injustice and Tyranny in America.

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  5. police and military soldiers get brain washed o.d. to simply obey orders.. they could all be cia sleeper cells for all we know.. lol

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  6. Yes we do going back numerous decades. That police issue is propelled by government policy and court rulings as well as the leniency given to those polucing agencies by the gov et al.

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  7. Don Curry This has been an issue long before Obama took office. People act like this is something new. The only difference is people have cameraphones and social media. Had it not been for that technology, this would still be swept under the rug. So you're suggesting that Obama orchestrated social media and smartphone technology too? Awesome lol

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  8. i am navy sea bee and I aint brain washed but I am ready to stand up and fight king oboma and any other son of a bitch who tries to destroy my country from the inside

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  9. Lol David its too late. Your country is a shell of what it used to be and its a direct result of years of racism at home and abroad. Good luck with getting that fixed anytime soon

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  10. No never said Obama was actually alluding to all government but the current administration is dead set on forever changing our counrty in an adverse way.

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  11. Charlie. Wilson i couldn't agree more. The current atmosphere in our country is very close to central Europe's during the late 1930's. The brainwashing of our youth and the manipulation of our laws is a near mirror of history from that time.

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  12. Don Curry the police and militarized forces are brain washed to obey while the common man is brain washed to be complacent.. this is not my fight we assure our selves while our world changes around us.. every moment in time is your fight because those are the only moments you are alive..

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  13. Anthony Matias … Like Martin Luther King pointed out that an injustice done against one is an injustice done against everyone. I'm fighting my own court battle against New York City and encounter nothing but judges who don't even pay attention to the facts and the law to arbitrarily rule in favor of the government. The bigger problem is that people are too busy to lend any support. I'm starting to think that ordinary citizens should get involved with writing letters to judges to support victims of government abuse. Judges are often clueless, unaccountable to anyone, but are inclined to repay political favors for their appointments.

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  14. Well Don. If I hadn't been victimized myself by government officials and police and witnessed numerous judges skirt the very laws meant to protect citizens so they can rule in favor of their brethren government persons, I might be inclined to explore your argument. The abuse I experienced was just awful and I don't drink or smoke or do drugs. I have a master's degree, 5 kids and 4 grandchildren. It doesn't matter. We have no more civil rights and the government along with large corporations can and will abuse you at will, with impunity, and there is nothing you can do about it. It has nothing to do with the U.N.

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  15. We lead the world in incarcerating the mentally ill and the drug addicted. The injustice of our "justice system" is an utter joke and failure. Its a system of who can afford justice. Yet we are told we must fear the "terrorists" that seek to destroy and enslave us with their barbaric systems. Welcome to the great freedom of America.

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  16. Of course
    How do we expect to have respect of other countries when we don't even respect the rights of our own citizens. We are a hypocrisy and a joke. The thin blue line is a betrayal and an insult to all Americans. It says we, the police, are loyal to the brotherhood; not to the oath to the citizens we are intrusted to protect.

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  17. Yes it matters especially when we are always trying to chastise other Countries for the same offenses ….

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  18. Most of us are acutely aware of the systematic problems in our legal system, from our police up to SCOTUS. The most obvious being, the brutality imposed on us by our so called "protectors".
    This is a system that is NOT broken. It is a system that is operating as designed. It's becoming clear to this Armchair Activist, that the reason behind this, is to cause citizens to demand change. When we try to petition for redress of our grievances (as we have the expressed right to do under the 1st amendment), we are consistently prevented from doing so. In fact, recent protests have been escalated to violence by the very people who are called to protect the peace, as well as mostly not identified outside agitators who seem show up at each protest.
    Basically, I believe we are being manipulated into an uprising.
    The result I believe, will be martial law, but will culminate in police across the country being reorganized "for the good of society, and for our own protection and safety. This will include nationalizing our police departments, closely tied to military forces and the UN. It will all be made to sound like the federal government is actually concerned, and determined to repair the "broken" system. However, the result will be a new and more efficient oppressive force.
    Those behind this plan, believe this IS going to happen, and it is actually too late to stop it. I say this not to frighten anyone, but to inform. My belief is, this is a time to prepare and plan for life under this opression. That's not to say we shouldn't still try to change things, and demand our right to freedom. Let's do this on our terms, and not let them manipulate us. I'm convinced these people actually prefer a bloody uprising, that results in a massive number of deaths.
    Population reduction appears to be a core priority, as well as eliminating dissidents. Anyone willing to work hard for low pay, and who will go along with the new system, will be embraced and rewarded for their loyalty.
    There is an ample supply of workers throughout the world, who will meet that criteria. The rest of us will be pushed out, housed in prison like environments, or eliminated.
    Check out, and like my page
    Armchair Activist
    http://www.facebook.com/honestyinreporting

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  19. Most of us are acutely aware of the systematic problems in our legal system, from our police up to SCOTUS. The most obvious being, the brutality imposed on us by our so called "protectors".
    This is a system that is NOT broken. It is a system that is operating as designed. It's becoming clear to this Armchair Activist, that the reason behind this, is to cause citizens to demand change. When we try to petition for redress of our grievances (as we have the expressed right to do under the 1st amendment), we are consistently prevented from doing so. In fact, recent protests have been escalated to violence by the very people who are called to protect the peace, as well as mostly not identified outside agitators who seem show up at each protest.
    Basically, I believe we are being manipulated into an uprising.
    The result I believe, will be martial law, but will culminate in police across the country being reorganized "for the good of society, and for our own protection and safety. This will include nationalizing our police departments, closely tied to military forces and the UN. It will all be made to sound like the federal government is actually concerned, and determined to repair the "broken" system. However, the result will be a new and more efficient oppressive force.
    Those behind this plan, believe this IS going to happen, and it is actually too late to stop it. I say this not to frighten anyone, but to inform. My belief is, this is a time to prepare and plan for life under this opression. That's not to say we shouldn't still try to change things, and demand our right to freedom. Let's do this on our terms, and not let them manipulate us. I'm convinced these people actually prefer a bloody uprising, that results in a massive number of deaths.
    Population reduction appears to be a core priority, as well as eliminating dissidents. Anyone willing to work hard for low pay, and who will go along with the new system, will be embraced and rewarded for their loyalty.
    There is an ample supply of workers throughout the world, who will meet that criteria. The rest of us will be pushed out, housed in prison like environments, or eliminated.
    Check out, and like my page
    Armchair Activist
    http://www.facebook.com/honestyinreporting

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  20. i will agree with you charlie.i dont understand how a country that say it is a free country can lock a person up for the rest of there life for having a problem.this country has striped itself of its own identity and it shows.we have lost sight of the american dream and feel that locking people will solve the problem.how can a government ruin peoples lives and than say it is doing it for your own good.we are in some very dark days and no light at the end of the tunnel.iam very scared and worried as to what will happen with our country may god have mercy on all of our souls

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  21. And everyone in trouble call the police??????
    If our policeman are bad, why we call them when we need help?

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  22. "Let's not make it worse than it is"? 185 lives in under 4 1/2 months (132 days). That's an average of 1.4 persons per day.

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  23. Hate to tell ya this Bob seeing as how its obvious your an older gentleman and my be behind the times but most people of color don't call the police when something bad happens not because we have something to hide but because we know it most likely will make the situation worse.If a black persons house gets broken into and he calls the police the guy who called gets his name ran and his house searched and guns pointed at him before they even bother to ask why did he call in the first place. Calling the police for minorities is a whole different experience and often worse experience then the reason you called them in the first place

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  24. Don Curry Police Violence is about our legacy of Class based politics and white supremacy. It is perpetuated by middle class whites who refuse to send police, not even to jail, but refuse to send them to court for a trial. Middle class whites are 90% of the problem here, but luckily, the oldest and most racist ones are dying off.

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  25. If this issue isn't solved soon It's going to drive our country into a civil war aginst the powers that be . Im here to tell you all the core of this problem is policing for profit. The police no longer protect and serve. Thay are enforcers of a corrupt judical system that uses law to make money off of the citizens. If you are a citizen you know as well as everyone dui checkpoints and other methods of policing sociaty are blatent civil rights violations.If you get stopped and searched at a dui check point the police are assuming you are guilty of something before ever reaching that checkpoint. This is just one example. When the police are required to write x amount of tickets every month.with bonuses for the ones who write the most tickets this is not only ilegall and breeds corruptness within the forces . {It rewards corruptness}.
    When you put a large group in a position of power with emunity to prosicution thay are going to abuse there athority. This cycle of abuse from police has been going on for so long the police have figured out that like any criminal orginization that if thay cover each other's asses no matter what. thay can get away with anything. Hensforth lying on reports dashcam malfunctions useing the law to have cause to harass citizens.Even making up laws to fuck with people Right up to blatent murder .Why?Because thay are the law .
    there bosses are the law . To use the law as a cover to commit these hanis crimes we are seeing more and more everyday. It's interesting to think if it wern't for the cellohone videos surfacing over the last few years we wouldnt be here looking at this under a microscope. And just like criminal orginizations if you tell your done. The police use the very laws that are put in place to protect you to take advantage of you.How do we fix this? we dont we can't no matter what laws are passed thay will be used in some form to take advantage of you the citizen's ie you. The people of this country have become so complacent to being told how to live what to were what to eat. Thre whole system is set up that no mater what happens you will be a subject of a tyranist police state. so you have already lost this battle. And its the peoples falt.While you were setting at home voting for the ilussion of change promised by the puppits setting in the white house the polititions were sliding laws right under your noses to make you slaves of a system designed to generate profit for the elete.And now the police are commiting murder of innocent civilans on a daily basis. A cop kills someone aprox every 7 hours. My answer buy your guns while you still can.Civil war is comming.

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  26. Dennis Conner dumb ass
    lmfao. Well then you record them going through your house and you get a lawyer. And you make hella money and they don't do it ever again lmfao. you guys are all just to fucking dumb to make cash settlements off them.

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  27. The powers that be expect us to revolt, hence all of the drilling in the Jade Helm 15 exercises this summer. They are doing exactly what a chess player does, positioning the pieces for an assault, preparing to "execute". America is done, the NWO will happen either consent or by conquest, and by the way all the troop and military equipment build up looks ( it is on a scale more massive than even WWII), our days as free people are numbered. Jade Helm 15 is an acronym….Joint Assistant for Deployment and Execution…Homeland Elimination of Local Militants. The logo for Jade Helm 15 has 2 crossing arrows (symbolizing air attacks, drones etc_ crossing over a sword (the soldier), and in the center of the logo is what looks like a Dutch wooden clog (best seen if logo is looked at is photo negative). Wooden clog shoes were what was given to prisoners of Auschwitz, Treblinka, Birkenau, Baden-Baden…Think about that. Their intent is hidden in plain sight within the logo and in the acronym. Furthermore…Helm is also a company that does contract work for the DoD…their main product..R.F.I.D. chips. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Psy8PVZcQiM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfHGwPHg818 Wake up!!!!!!

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  28. http://killedbypolice.net/ Wikipedia relies on edits and, as in the case of the entry for Eric Garner's death — which was edited by someone using police servers, cannot be trusted. The preceding link is the closest to reliable information available, but still relies on 'official' reports and alerts by individuals.

    This actually speaks to a portion of the fundamental problem of policing policy in the country. We have reliable information tallying just about every conceivable issue, yet there is no national standard in place for how police departments record deaths by their officers — not for cases of inappropriate force, justifiable use of force, accident, nor anything else. A federal standards system for recording civilian deaths at the hands of police could certainly further the accountability cause, but until then, this link is the best we have.

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  29. This article is nothing but a bunch of crap. If their countries were so terrific (117 of them!) we wouldn't be called into war all the time to save their sorry asses. Maybe they need better police to keep the peace.

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  30. Erik Olsen – I am a middle class white. So are a majority of my friends. None of us are racist against any minority or lower class. Most of us grew up Low/Middle class. The middle class whites are not the problem. The problem is the huge plethora of laws on the books that the police and local government can use against everyone, not connected to them, at will. There is a double standard in this country. It is the wealthy/connected vs everyone else. When I say wealthy, I mean those making over $250,000.00 a year. My Husband and I make less than half of that and manage to own a house and keep myself out of debt except for my mortgage in one of the most expensive states in the country (NJ). That being said, there are other issues that effect the low/middle class. The poor of this country live better than the poor in any other country in the world. They all have an opportunity to work themselves out of the economic class they are in and improve their situation. The poor of a lot of countries don't even have running water, shelter, food, etc. The poor in our country are worried about sneakers, cell phones, tablets, jewelry, etc. The priorities have shifted. When people realize that cable television, internet, $200 sneakers, jewelry and cell phones are not necessities, they have more money to pay for actual necessities. As far as the police and jail go, all those laws that many liberal minded people wanted are what gives the police an excuse to harass the citizenry at will, like seat belt laws and the favorite "terroristic threats" when you have an argument with someone and say "I'll kick your ass"! All cops should be wearing video cameras that they cannot turn off. I am sure that there are bad cops out there (So.Carolina comes to mind) that need to be removed from a position of authority and prosecuted for their crimes. But not all of the recent cases are examples of that. Ferguson and the Michael Brown shooting is not an example of that. There are some good cops out there, I actually know a few. IMHO the entire system of our government is broken. It is way too big and has far too much cronyism going on. Political parties need to be outlawed and all Judges/Police Commissioners/DAs, etc. need to be elected by the people of their districts. All "civil servants" and "government officials" need to be paid a salary based on the average salary of their constituents and should have to maintain a household in the community they represent or police. Their salaries should not be lifetime and their positions should have term limits, just like the President. Their children should go the school in that district as well. They cannot fairly represent or police people without knowing the challenges they face daily. You can bet if they had to live like a lot of the low/middle class is this country do, things would change. Perhaps they would take the Billions of dollars that we give away to other countries and use it to rejuvinate the poorer neighborhoods and give the residents something to be proud of. Maybe they could even throw in some additional education and skill training for those that want and need it. Pay to get the mentally ill and substance addicted people actual help instead of throwing them in jail. There is a lot of good all that money could do here, for our citizens that need it They could also lower taxes for people that make less than $80,000.00 a year. Sorry, getting off my soap box now.

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  31. I am genuinely curious about your comment. Have you had this happen to you? I am a part of the white majority, but have also thought about not calling police if there is trouble (my house has been robbed twice). I did call the cops, but I was not home when it was robbed and could only call them after the fact. The officers that took the reports both times were kind and helpful, but that was where it ended. The detectives never really did any investigating and that was that. I have heard people say, "If you have nothing to hide, you shouldn't have anything to worry about". The Nazis used that line. I immediately distrust anyone that tells me that. Would you feed differently about calling the police if the force was made up of Officers who lived in the areas they are policing? In other words, if some of them were you neighbors, would that make a difference?

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  32. No bobby arvanitakhs you call the cops because you have no worries of the cops your race dont have to worry about police brutality but the black race don't call the cops but you wouldn't understand because you sound like your for the ignorance but if the situation was switch white could not handle the things things that we as black go thru you white people don't want black people to elevate you are every black person that works hard and try to get a head in life stumbling block tell the truth

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  33. That 185 killed this year is total bullshit …. Go here and see the ACTUAL police count … https://www.odmp.org/search/year …. Total this year 44 … 13 died in single vehicle accidents (2 motorcycle) …. 11 died of heart attacks …. A total of 10 died of gunshots, 2 accidental and 2 self inflicted …

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  34. Not that I give a damn what the UN thinks, But in this case there's a spot on.

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  35. Frank Carlson You may want too look into the State Memorandum 7277 before you start talking about tin foil hats.

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  36. The main reason the police are the way they are is because they are too "in bed" with the courts. They have no fear of getting in trouble so they do what they want.

    Cops will continue to get pushed on the street with poor training and will be taught to be the aggressor because 99 times out of 100, it just leads in more charges and gets the courts MORE MONEY! The only time it doesn't work that way is when someone video tapes it.

    Watch when the police deal with the mentally handicapped. If you're response isn't fear and blind compliance they pretty much have a license to kill you!! The fact they don't have mandatory body cameras yet just further proves they don't want the cops to behave, they want them not to get caught!!

    Look how long it took before it was clear that recording them is legal!!! For YEARS cops were arresting people for trying to get video of their assaults. Even now when they don't arrest, they see a video camera they come to harass you.

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  37. Don Curry Oh I have a healthy dose of mistrust for Govt myself, but it seem your indoctrination comes from FAKE news ,Mind numbing inane right-wing talk-radio, and a general refusal to extricate yourself from the caves of neanderthal ignorance.

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  38. Erwin Martinez, those would be the Israel's Britain New Zealand, Australia, Germany etal , you know those countries that have no regard for people of color.

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  39. On behalf of all American's everywhere I say this: "What do you want from us? Yes we're hypocrites. Haven't you noticed we have nukes and we don't want anyone else to? Everything we do is about money and politics – including the way we jail people. It's not about JUSTICE. Now go turn a blind eye or we'll invade you."

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  40. Left Hook Yeah i seen this a while back it does fit like a piece of a puzzle. but mentioning these things get responses like people who recognize these signs are cook's and conspiracy theorist's . Its rare for people to take a step back and look at things from a diffrent point of view. Most are afraid of the truth. Hens the cracks about cook's and so on.

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  41. In a great country like the united states where the people are armed . How many will die to make this a fact. Or something that will be written in future history books i'm inclined to think it will be death numbers that make world war two look like a small scurmish.

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  42. George washinton stated that the goverment must be over throwen every 200 years to insure the goverment stays uncorrupted . Hens the second amendment.

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  43. Typical American yes it does matter when we steal and kill for their resources….America isn't the great country you've been led to believe… Ex Marine. Civilians have no clue.

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  44. The UN should be abolished. The United States is a country unto itself, not requiring "attaboys" or pats on the back from the rest of the world for following their "recommendations". This country was built by people who weren't afraid to call things as they saw it, and anyone who thinks the police are unjust or "radical" seems to forget that our legal system is what doles out punishment, not the police. If you are a criminal, doing crime, then you're taking a chance that you will be killed doing that. PERIOD. I was incarcerated for 20 years, BECAUSE I WAS A CRIMINAL! I was on the ground, gun to my head, police officer ready to shoot me – but I'm still alive! Know why? Because I have the sense to LISTEN TO THE COPS WHEN THEY GIVE ME AN ORDER!!!! Why do I support the police now then? Because I've grown up, quit using drugs, and TAKEN RESPONSIBILITY FOR MY ACTIONS!!!!! Become part of the solution instead of the problem – a bunch of whiners who won't stand up and be who they NEED to be, rather than who they WANT to be.

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  45. Anthony, perfect reply, I agree 100% with you on the police issue and all of the others as well. But I'll get into those issues later, all of it is making me a very angry and not suitable discussion for me right now. Tomorrow hopefully will be a better day.

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  46. I wouldn't focus on the number of charges brought against officers as the point of complaint. This will only contribute to them wanting to under-report and under-charge even more severely.

    A better statistic would be the number of complaints leading to investigations, and the percentage of those leading to charges. Where a low number of these would be indicative of the police avoiding responsiiblity.

    Consider this: police in Saudi Arabia never face sanction for police abuse. So … does their 0 charges brought against them bode well?

    The statistic of interest should be one that promotes an interest in transparency and accountability.

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