Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Thugs with badges.

Latest police brutality news
Police Brutality world wide video compilation Police torture and beating a woman in station
Police shoots a 15 year old mental disabled kid Police abusing an homeless man in Greece
Deputy sentenced for molesting 11 years old girl Female officer worked as a prostitute
Police shoot and kill a man after traffic stop Policeman beating teenage skaters
Manchester Police beat up an war hero Police officer molest 3 minor girls and cow
Police hit woman directly in head for no reason Police sergeant raped 16 year old girl in her cell
Police abusing and beating 64 years old man Most wanted cop on run from the law
Police kill a football fan in Brazil 5 NYPD officers charged in sodomy assault
Police dump disabled man out of his wheelchair Police officer stole betting slip from a dead man
Los Angeles police brutality Police strip woman and left her naked for 6 hours
Police abuse and hurt women at football game.

Police brutality is the intentional use of excessive force, usually physical, but potentially also in the form of verbal attacks and psychological intimidation, by a police officer. It is in some instances triggered by "contempt of cop", i.e., perceived disrespect towards police officers. Hubert Locke writes, "When used in print or as the battle cry in a black power rally, police brutality can by implication cover a number of practices, from calling a citizen by his or her first name to a death by a policeman's bullet. What the average citizen thinks of when he hears the term, however, is something midway between these two occurrences, something more akin to what the police profession knows as 'alley court' — the wanton vicious beating of a person in custody, usually while handcuffed, and usually taking place somewhere between the scene of the arrest and the station house."[1]

Widespread police brutality exists in many countries, even those that prosecute it.[2] Police brutality is one of several forms of police misconduct, which include false arrest, intimidation, racial profiling, political repression, surveillance abuse, sexual abuse, and police corruption.

The Nazi Police State was to ensure that everybody did as they were told - or paid the price. The Nazi Police were controlled by Heinrich Himmler and his feared secret police - the Gestapo - did as it pleased in Nazi Germany. Children’s loyalty could be developed with a policy of indoctrination via education and the Hitler Youth movement. Time and planning spent in these areas would bring a suitable reward for Hitler.

Is this the reason why most people don't trust the popo's anymore?

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