The Death Of The Victims : Sandra Bland, Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis, Michael Brown Davis

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Police brutality is an ongoing obstacle prevailed against minorities, such as young black men, in the "United" states. It is defined as the use of excessive force by police officers to handle situations if there is any at all. Each life that has been taken from a police has torn families apart and left them with no justice due to the factors in our unequal society. This unlawful crime has not only diminished families but it has questioned the trust for police officers around the nation and whether minorities should call on them when in a desperate need of help. Protests has filled the streets, angered by another lost of a pristine victim by the people that is suppose to protect the citizens of the "United" States.
The court systems have failed to provide families and loved ones of the victims with justice leading to the streets being corrupt. Citizens are angered by police getting little to no punishments for their actions making police brutality look acceptable to authorities. Seven mothers of the victims: Sandra Bland, Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Hadiya Pendleton and Dontre Hamilton, each died in police custody or police actions and received no justice. Even though the mothers still feel the everlasting pain from their loss they are not defeated because they have hope for change within our government with the upcoming election that will bring justice to their kids and prevent another life run cold in the hands of the police force. When the…

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