The Pros And Cons Of Police Brutality

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I think police brutality is a good thing. For the people who don’t know what police brutality is, it’s cops who are just defending themselves. It’s a good thing they are too, because they can’t just let people run them over like in the movies! Police have to tell people who’s boss! If it wasn’t for the cops, we would be way out of line and people would be getting into trouble with the law all the time. I mean we already do but, if their wasn’t cops their would be more people in trouble with the law and stuff. Some people think police brutality is a bad thing. For me, I think it’s a good thing. For the fact is, some people have too many rights! I believe one day people will get way out of control and do stupid things, like kill other people for instance. It’s a good thing some people have guns, but some other people shouldn’t have them. Honestly, to me I think some people shouldn’t have guns. Police should be the only people with guns. Not really because I love to hunt. Every person with a gun should have a licence for there gun. If they don’t have a licence for a gun and they get pulled over with a gun in the car, they will get a ticket. People might get more than a ticket depending on who it is.Police officers only have guns for emergencies, like if they have to go on a highway speed chase or something! With the gun, they get shoot the tires and get the bad guy. Or if their is robbery, they can use the gun and shoot the person the get the hostages out safely. The Policemen can use guns for many useful things. They can help by, like i said earlier, during a robbery the police can use the guns to get the person the hosting the robbery. The police can get the robber with gun by shooting the person. It sounds a li... ... middle of paper ... ...o his phone calls. Otherwise he would probably not have described his arrest and detention of an innocent black New Yorker in the manner he did.” This is only some of what Paul Harris wrote in New York on Saturday October 22, 2011. “Occupy Wall Street on Trial: Cecily McMillan Convicted of Assaulting Cop, Faces Up to Seven Years” “An Occupy Wall Street activist has been found guilty of assaulting a New York City police officer in a trial that critics say should have been about the police assaulting her. Cecily McMillan was arrested in March 2012 as protesters tried to re-occupy Zuccotti Park, six months after Occupy began. McMillan was convicted of deliberately striking Officer Grantley Bovell with her elbow, leaving him with a black eye. McMillan says she swung her arm…” “May 06, 2014 | STORY” This was written by Amy Goodman. She interviewed Cecily McMillan.
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