BFP Select Nightly News & Editorials- October 15, 2013

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  1. Ugh… That thug cop video is hard to watch, but I’m glad he was finally caught on tape. I’m sure it wasn’t the first time.

    When the cops came to my birthday party at a bar in Minneapolis about 15 yeats ago, after a fight broke out, they immediately started beating up my American Indian friends. No questions. Banging one guys head on the curb, pulling the hair right out of his head. And he wasn’t in the original brawl. My brother was arrested for telling the cops he was witnessing them (ended up in the same cell as a guy in a purple gorilla suit that we had all seen on TV that night, running onto the field at a Vikings game, BTW).

    This was not the first or last police violence I’ve witnessed, but nothing came of it. I gave witness testimony to the internal investigation. But nothing came of it. It wasn’t recorded. And they weren’t white women getting beat up either.

    Reminds me of that lawsuit the guy just lost, after he challenged being labelled too smart to become a cop.

    BTW, now we have a whole new generation of war vets with PTSD filling up the ranks in our police departments. Be careful.

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