Essay on Police Brutality And Crime Brutality

1563 Words Sep 27th, 2016 7 Pages
Police Brutality is one of the major leading causes of most deaths around the nation. A famous man by the name of Malcolm X once said, “There was police brutality and there was atrocity, and the press was just as atrocious as the police. Because they helped the police to cover it up by propagating a false image across the country.” In today’s society we are faced with many different challenges of police brutality. Police brutality can mean several different things, but one of my favorite meanings for police brutality is the deliberate use of excessive force, usually physical force when dealing with civilians. There are many different ways police brutality can be betrayed. One has the verbal attacks, psychological intimidation, and several forms of misconduct which includes: false arrest, racial profiling, political repression, surveillance abuse, sexual abuse and police corruption. These are some of yet many different was one could describe police brutality. There are serval different cases of police brutality but here goes seven major cases that were divesting.
The first case I would like to bring up is the case of Robert Davis. Some may know Robert David as a retired elementary school teacher from New Orleans. Robert Davis was only 64 years of age when this tragic incident (Pace). As the article stated this tragic incident happened on October 9, 2005 Robert returned to his hometown New Orleans to check on his beloved family member’s property. Davis stopped at the French…

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