Speculative Look At The Future of Confrontations with Law Enforcement
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One America News Network’s latest speculative look at the future of confrontations with law enforcement and how situations can be handled in a manner acceptable to everyone. The current anti-police hysteria erupted after the death of George Floyd, a black man killed while in police custody, leaves many speechless. Virtually everyone who watched the video agrees that it was a clear case of police brutality. The resulting outrage was compounded by another incident in Atlanta, in which a black DUI suspect was shot and killed by police just a few days later. But was racism the driving force in these incidents?
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