These are not photos of U.S. police in action, but of their trainers who hail from a foreign country.
I cannot quote from this article without being banned from the Internet, but I urge you all to read and study it well. I knew we were in big trouble when I first heard of the foreign training of U.S. police and now we see the results of it and call it “police brutality”. U.S. police were not cruel, brutal, for the most part, before the new training; most still are not.
It’s always just a few who hate and abuse, not the entire society, not an entire professional group or country. But unfortunately those few are usually the ones who feel an overwhelming need to control people, places, things and situations, while the good usually step back and let them – out of fear. It needs to be the other way around. We must not hire bullies and we must train all police to “use their words”, as our parents taught us, long before they use lethal force. Teach them that in matters of law enforcement, they have the duty of maintaining law and order, not to be jury, judge and executioner, in the style of the wild west.
This author shares details that have not been reported in the mainstream press. Things will make more sense to you when you know them: