Police Brutality in America

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Police Brutality in America
by Stephen Lendman
Justice in America is a four-letter word. Killer cops mock it. Nearly always with impunity.
A badge lets them brutalize and kill. Blacks, Latinos and ethnic minorities suffer most. They’re targets of choice.
The ACLU calls Ferguson, MO “Everytown, USA.” Police brutality occurs multiple times daily across America.
In big cities. In small ones. In urban areas. In rural ones. Militarized policed make their own rules. They operate extrajudicially.
They kill with impunity. On August 9, officer Darren Wilson murdered 18-year-old Michael Brown. He executed him in cold blood.
Brown was unarmed. He posed no threat. He had no criminal record. An independent autopsy showed he was shot six times.
Four times in the right arm and shoulder. Twice in the head. Retired New York medical examiner Dr. Michael Bade assisted forensic Pathologist Shawn Parcells in examining Brown’s body.
They volunteered their services. They did so in response to the
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