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According to published reports the U.S. Justice Department announced a federal monitor will watch over the Newark Police Department. The announcement followed the culmination of a three year review of the police department.
The review found several serious problems that were reasonably believed to be a pattern and practice of the department. Among the problems uncovered were violations of citizens Constitutional Rights, thefts by police officers, and excessive force.
Why did so many negative and unlawful department wide practices go undetected and unreported for such a lengthy period of time? Who has been held accountable for the wide spread misconduct? Will effective changes be made to make certain these problems are not repeated?
Please join us on Thursday July 31, 2014 at 6:00 PM for the first part of this analysis and discussion. We will take a very close look at this problem and explain why the proper steps to arrest police misconduct have not been initiated to date.
Is that police brutality that you witnessed? What are the causes of police brutality? How has technology such as i phones, i pads, smartphone, video cameras and surveillance cameras has brought this to the public forefront. Has police vehicle cams changed the behavior of the law enforcement community?Has technology exonerated officers of complaints of police brutality? What penalties has the law enforcement community imposed as a result of police brutality? Has there been criminal prosecution in addition to civil penalties for police brutality? Has police brutality changed the perception of law enforcement? What is going on to reduce police brutality and improve the public image of law enforcement as a whole?
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Confronted by police trying to arrest him for allegedly selling illegal cigarettes, Eric Garner raised both hands in the air and, with passive defiance, told the officers not to touch him. Seconds later, a video shows the officer behind him grab the 350-pound man in a chokehold and pull him to the sidewalk, rolling him onto his stomach.
"I can't breathe! I can't breathe!" Garner said repeatedly, his cries muffled into the pavement.
There is a video that shows the Staten Island man lying on the ground motionless after the incident. An asthmatic, Garner was later declared dead at a nearby hospital. Police said he suffered a heart attack and died en route to the hospital.
In light of the death of Eric Garner's death, we will be discussing excessive police for petty crimes. Join us Wednesday night at 8 on www.blogtalkradio.com/dpradioxl
Is that police brutality that you witnessed? What are the causes of police brutality? How has technology such as I phones, I pads, surveillance cameras brought this to the public forefront. Can police vehicle cams changed the behavior of the law enforcement community?. Has technology exonerated officers of complaints of police brutality? What penalties has the law enforcement community imposed as a result of police brutality? Has there been criminal prosecution in addition to civil penalties for police brutality. Has police brutality changed the perception of law enforcement? What is going to reduce police brutality and improve the public image of law enforcement as a whole? Whats your story?
HERE IS THE REAL CRIME . GIVE THEM A BADGE AND A GUN AND YOU ARE DONE .NOW DONT GET ME WRONG THERE ARE SOME COPS THAT DO THERE JOB RIGHT !!! BUT THERE ARE THEM THAT HAVE THIS POWER THING THAT GOES TO THERE HEAD !!! AND THE PUBLIC
IS THE VICTIM OF THE BANKERS POLICE!!!!!
TONIGHT WE WILL GET IN TO THIS AND SEE WERE WE AS WE THE PEOPLE STAND ON THIS AND WERE IS IT GOING TO GO WHEN SHIT HITS THE FAN ........ THE BANKERS POLICE THAT GO TO JAIL..........
This week on Beyond the Veil, we will have a very special guest Collette Flanagan! She is the founder of the Dallas organization Mothers Against Police Brutality, or MAPB. She has been touched very personally by police brutality and it has sprung her into action to fight back. We will discuss her organization, as well as the growing problem with police brutality both in the Dallas area and nationally.
The United States contains 5% of the world population, and yet houses 25% of the worlds incarcerated. Because of this we will also be looking into the Prison Industrial Complex and the impacts it has had on society.
And lastly, we will also present to you the Leak of the Week, courtesy of WikiLeaks!
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New York police violently attacking unemployed workers in Tompkins Square Park, 1874.
Police brutality is the wanton use of excessive force, usually physical, but potentially in the form of verbal attacks and psychological intimidation, by a police officer.
Widespread police brutality exists in many countries, even those that prosecute it. It is one of several forms of police misconduct, which include: false arrest; intimidation; racial profiling; political repression; surveillance abuse; sexual abuse; and police corruption. However, as aforementioned, it may involve physical force but never reaching death under police custody.Although illegal, it can be done under the color of law.
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