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With the recent deaths of 43 year old Eric Garner Staten Island, New York, 17year Michael Brown in St. Louis, there has been 16 deaths of Blacks at the hands of police officers since the death of Trayvon Martin in 2012. Has police brutality and corruption gone silent to the majority public ear and eyes? What is the medias true job in publicizing these events and have they done a proper job? Has selective prosecution become the norm? Since 911 has the police training camps and programs been tailored to treat all citizens as hostiles? or has the demonizing of people of color made them an easier target? To serve and protect or are they protecting who they serve? Should officers or color stand up against the brutality of the people that look just like them? As a citizen, Do you trust and feel safe with the law enforcement unit in your community? Do communities of color need to form their own defense lines to defend and retaliate against intruders and hired guns? Have you been a victim of police brutality or racial profiling?
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