On August 9, 2014, an 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot dead in cold blood by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, a city just north of St. Louis. Two years later, and unfortunately, not much has happened to address the … Continue reading Michael Brown: 2 Years Later
I’m tired. I’m tired of seeing people being gunned down by state-sponsored lynch mobs known as the police. I’m tired of letting the police know that their system perpetuates brutality and distrust. I’m tired of hashtags, screaming #BlackLivesMatter, and bashing … Continue reading A Possible Solution to Combat Police Brutality
In this day and age, the actions of police officers and others affiliated with law enforcement are being placed under the microscope and closely watched for any potential wrongdoing. Is it fair to some with the slightest competency to actually … Continue reading Know Your Rights: How to Deal with Law Enforcement by the ACLU
When I did my first police post in 2013, I was probably like you guys wondering why the boys in blue act a certain way and then expressing my vendetta for those that abuse power and brutalize citizens. It is June … Continue reading Why Police Officers are the Scum of the Earth Part 2
It’s hardly a week into the new year, and I can think of 20 things that is wrong with the world we live in; some more obvious than others. Sometimes, I wonder if these C’Mon Man posts are even worth … Continue reading C’Mon Man: Too Early For This
Not too long ago, Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, both part of the New York Police Department (NYPD) were gunned down in Brooklyn by Ismaaiyl Brinsley. Prior to the shooting, Brinsley shot his ex-girlfriend in Owings Mills, MD. When it was … Continue reading Justice For All?
Over the weekend, I learned of the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, an unarmed teen who was shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, a city just north of St. Louis. The question is this: Why is this making news in … Continue reading If They Gunned Me Down
I was going to name my post 53 questions because of President Obama’s birthday, but I don’t have time for that. I think 21 questions (NOT the 50 Cent track) is enough to get my point across: Why is it … Continue reading 21 Questions