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Old 06-21-2020, 08:14 AM
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Default Re: 75-year-old man pushed to ground by Buffalo police 'comes from a peace tradition'

Originally Posted by mr wonder View Post
If you're not violently breaking the law.
How is it possible that you are placing yourself in physical danger, when 99.9% of police are good?

and i ask you again
Do you believe that there's NO OTHER WAY but VIOLENCE for police to "enforce the law"?
Laws set up to protect ALL the people's physical safety and constitutional rights?
Oh, so the police shouldn't enforce the law unless the suspect is in your opinion "violently" breaking the law? That kind of arbitrary selectivity is exactly what we don't want in our police.

The police could have wrestled the individual trying to break the line to the ground and arrested him. Had they done so we'd see videos of police brutality as they abused a peaceful elderly man merely exercising his Constitutional right to interfere with the police carrying out lawful orders.

Naturally only the highest motives are attributed to the protester. The police are villians for not using their magic ray to see that the protester was peaceful. Of course the police calling for medical assistance for the injured protester while continuing to advance the line is inexcusable. There are no recorded instances of the noble protesters brutally assaulting police officers when they become isolated.
What is a 30 something year old single man with a rock in one hand and a Honduran flag in the other?

An asylum seeker.
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