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In this episode, Sacerdotus comments on the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. He analyses the stories and gives his take on them. Sacerdotus also comments on the need to overhaul the policing system in America and address the real issues at hand.
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We are currently awaiting the grand jury descision as to rather or not officer Darren Wilson will be indicted for the murder of Michael Brown here in Ferguson Missouri. Please tune in as we await the descision. This will be an open forum this evening.
The cops and city has been barricading the streets leading up tp this point in Ferguson and throughout St. Louis, MO. Will there be an indictment against Darren Wilson tonigght? The world will soon find the answer to this long awaited decision in just a few hours.
Thank you for tunning in to The Human Rights Radio Show. The decision will come at 8p CST tonight.
There have been several police involved indicents that have taken place recently that has called into question if the police performing a public service. It is a little known fact that the police are not here to stop crimes even though when the situation calls for it law enforcement will lay down their lives for the public. There are few times I believe where the people who police detain, question, or interrogate are innocent. The Michael Brown situation is tragic but he was not as innocent as everybody was trying to protray. Let's discuss this case along with others to get a true prospective of why they end the way they do. Obamacare Chief order emails to be destroyed, Company builds hamburger machine, Gilbert Arenas comments on Al Sharpton
The U.N., however, blasted back at the couple after only mere hours of deliberation. In a statement released early this morning Senior chairmen of the UN’s Committee Against Torture dismissed the couple’s plea entirely.
“The sense of entitlement these people displayed is reprehensible” said chair member, Dr. Amancio Dominguez in an interview with National Report. “We deal with legitimate and widespread instances of human rights violations, and frankly the issues presented to us here are not even a blip on our radar. It is in our opinion after reviewing all the evidence that the officer in question committed absolutely no wrong doing.”
He continued, “While I feel for loss endured by these two individuals, I believe they are blinded by grief, and this is simply not the forum which to project those feelings. My colleagues and I went over the surveillance footage, as well as other evidence documented in the case, and we believe that Michael Brown is indeed guilty of the acts of which he is being charged.”
Another member of the UN committee told CNN this morning, “We have much more important things to do than involve ourselves in county level legal proceedings. This was an absolute waste of our time. Compared to human rights violations that are prevalent in such 3rd world countries as North Korea and Brazil, America’s plight simply does not compare. While instances of police brutality certainly do exist, we have found that this was no such a case, and we will not be intervening in the matter.”
Our President stated, “We should comfort each other and talk with one another in a way that heals, not in a way that wounds. Along with our prayers, that’s what Michael and his family, and our broader American community, deserve.” I wondered to myself “Is he angry?” I thought “Did the President have the conversation he suggested with his own family? with his own cabinet?” Did he explain to his girls what happened to Mike Brown and more importantly why?
This is by no means a slight of the office, but I asked myself “What would I do if I was president of the United States and I heard that a young black man was slain by a police officer…..again…. in 2014?” I guess I would start by actually having the conversation with white people, specifically, those in power.
So, Let's talk......
The shooting deaths of Michael Brown and other unarmed Black teenagers, men and women have a profound psychological impact on the Black community. Complex trauma is described by psychologist and trauma expert Dr. Christine Courtois, as “a type of trauma that occurs repeatedly and cumulatively, usually over a period of time and within specific relationships and contexts.” Does the killing of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin and Akai Gurley and others meet this criteria? Join us for a discussion on Complex Trauma and responding to these tragedies using the lens of trauma. How do we effectively help our children and our community deal with these situation?
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