Over the weekend, I viewed many videos involving police brutality. These videos were on YouTube under The Advise Show (just in case you want to look for yourself). In one video, a hyped-up cop walked up to a man, who was doing nothing, and slapped the sh*t out of him. Then, the cop arrested him. There were other cops who saw him slap the man, but none of them tried to stop him. In another video, a UVA student was beaten by cops for allegedly having a fake ID. They bashed his head into the cement, which caused a deep cut. It required 10 stitches to close. The charges against him were dropped. I am still angry after watching what Officer Casebolt man-handle that teenage girl. She was in a bikini! Obviously, she was not a threat to him. He resigned, like some officers do when something big happens, which leads me to my question. Why aren’t charges ever brought against these officers? When they resign, they are free to go to another police department and apply. Their pension is safe and secure. But why? Some don’t even resign, they are still in the same department.
I don’t understand why these cops are allowed to walk around with no consequences. I wouldn’t be allowed to just assault someone and walk away free, so why do cops get that right? Breaking the law has consequences, or so we’re told. There are no special rules for cops. They get to beat or kill someone and walk away… with benefits. I would demand charges brought against these officers. They definitely should not be allowed to be in law enforcement any longer. How could they? They’re criminals!
By the way, the cop who choked Eric Garner to death still has body guards. I just wanted to throw that out there.
Let me know if you agree or disagree. Let’s talk.