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Offline Granny

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Re: Edmonton Pride Festival 2019 canceled.
« Reply #30 on: May 16, 2019, 02:37:03 am »
Somebody needs to remind BLM that though police are not perfect and do some bad things sometimes to people of colour, they do a hell of a lot more good for them than harm. For instance, young black men kill each other at extraordinarily high rates, and the only thing preventing all-out gang wars and uncontrollable street shootings in those communities are the cops who patrol those neighbourhoods.

Go to Jamaica or Trinidad or Haiti or the whole of sub-Saharan Africa and see what it's like to not have police enforcing the rule of law.

Cops are afraid of young black men, and young black men are afraid of cops.  Both have good reasons to be afraid.  But most cops are good people, and so are most young black men.  We need to end this dividing nonsense.

Bad cops put all cops at risk.

https://www.thestar.com/news/crime/2018/02/27/cop-charged-in-dafonte-miller-beating-accused-of-misleading-durham-investigators.html

In Falconer’s document, it’s alleged that Const. Theriault struck Miller with a metal pipe “no fewer than 10 times,” but that when Durham police arrived on scene both brothers reported that Miller had struck them repeatedly with the pipe.

The complaint went on to allege there was a “deliberate and intentional” effort by police to “conceal a crime by one of their own.” The complaint alleged that the brothers’ father, John Theriault — a Toronto police officer himself, who was working within Toronto police’s professional standards unit at the time — made attempts to conceal his sons’ alleged crimes.


Const. Theriault was not "afraid" of the two black kids walking down his street. Const. Theriault is just a violent lying racist CREEP whose actions were covered up by other police.

Your statement ...
"... police are not perfect and do some bad things sometimes to people of colour, they do a hell of a lot more good for them than harm ..."

Where does it say in police oaths of duty that 'more good than harm' is acceptable?

 
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