Martin Luther King, And The Beliefs Of Police Brutality

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Police Brutality Martin Luther King Jr was a man who had the most courageous soul to stand up for millions to show them they deserved to be treated right. He was a man who seen humans as a human being and nothing less. He did not judge because of one’s color of their skin. MLK made it known that he was going to continue to fight for rights that all people deserved, no matter what it took. MLK died because of his beliefs of everyone being equality. If MLK was alive right now he would see that in the past year, there have been a few incidents that deal with police officers. Many people that have seen the incidents make it seem as if the policemen are singling out single races, which most would believe that this is a sign that racism is becoming …show more content…
They do not think about stirring up trouble for the community. This is a job that they have chosen as a career. People must understand that it is very dangerous to be on duty, lots of women and men die in the line of duty. This is a job that one cannot control in some situations. When being an officer you should not be looked upon as a person who is bringing brutality to the work force. Your citizens should see you as a hero because when people are in need of help they call 911 and an officer is sent out to their rescue. It is their job and duty to protect and serve their …show more content…
People who are instigators tend to make a story more interesting by adding events that did not occur. For example, if a person who is black starts to talk about how a white cop pulled him over just because of his skin color, of course people of that same race are going to be going crazy over that. They feel like they are being singled out. They are many ways that people can make themselves feel like cops are trying to single out certain races but they really are not. If you look shady they will pull you over. You could be any kind of race. They are still going to take a look at you

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