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...surd and cruel. Police beatings or shootings can really damage a community, and the families of the individuals by loosing all trust in the American system and what the police department stands for and represents. Police brutality is becoming a major issue as we see videos surfacing the network or media coverage’s. The brutality should have stopped after Rodney King incident but it has gotten worse. In this day of age we shouldn’t be dealing with issues of police brutality though all police officer are not corrupt or brutal but there are some bad apples in most departments. These bad apples are the reasons we are seeing unjustified shooting, fatal choking and giving the high numbers of great officers that are on the road each day and night putting there lives on the line to protect us citizens. We have to expose these corrupt officers that are abusing their power.
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