US police violence: A few bad apples or systemic racism?

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US police violence: A few bad apples or systemic racism?

US police violence: A few bad apples or systemic racism?

President Donald Trump's national security adviser dismissed claims of systemic police racism, blaming a few bad apples.

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Brett G. Stoudt RT @changethenypd: An NYPD officer testified at a deposition that he would drive down the street looking for women with Adam’s apples to st… 12 minutes ago


Mazeratie Sweet @F12_Antifascist Thank you for taking the time to compile so much information. It's important that people know this… 2 hours ago


Black Radicals Matter Body cameras, bias training and other popular initiatives have not addressed systemic problems. Abolitionists say d… 2 hours ago


Scarlett Butler @AmusoJay @55SnowGoose @ChuckCallesto @AZDeploralove You received what you asked for, violence goes hand & hand wit… 3 hours ago


manik More isolated bad apples, this time it's the police chief (who definitely doesn't have power to enforce racist vi… 4 hours ago


Sounder_in_SC @postandcourier This is further evidence that the problems with police have less to do with 'bad apples' who violat… 5 hours ago


New Village Press RT @CenterNYC: The problem isn’t isolated decisions by “bad apples.” It’s decisions made at much higher levels of the government and social… 6 hours ago


Paul D @GOPLeader It’s Hard Work to discuss the actual truthful issues, easier to discuss politic perceived racism, so the… 6 hours ago

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