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#12 - The problem with BLM is that the ones that use the movement as…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/01/2016 on (Some) Black Lives Matter +10
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#13 - fukkentyranitar (03/01/2016) [-]
The 'bad' ones get all the attention on both sides cause they're acting like degenerates and megalomaniacs. And please tell me why the bad cops almost never go to prison for their crimes when regular criminals do? 1000 to 1000000 is still a 1000. It doesn't make the issue any less important or pivotal. Especially when the claims are against the same officers in the same departments.
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#15 - dammriver (03/01/2016) [-]
Because a lot of the things that people think are "bad" are not actually illegal... There's this thing that is followed called the use of force continuum. It's a scale that "deems what reactions you may have to a certain situation".

The bad cops do go to prison, when it's deemed that what they did was actually "bad". The reason that the number seems so small? You see a video crying about police brutality that features one officer. You see a video about "BLM supporters" going crazy, and they're in groups. This makes it so one officer gets in trouble, while hundreds of "BLM supporters" get in trouble.
#10 - Where it's primarily about money? Yeah, I think so. …  [+] (6 new replies) 03/01/2016 on (Some) Black Lives Matter +55
#55 - aceboy (03/01/2016) [-]
Couldn't help it but
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#11 - fukkentyranitar (03/01/2016) [-]
I understand where you're coming from, but the rioters and looter were going to riot regardless of a movement. And just because random assholes want to use police brutality as an excuse to fuck shit up, doesn't mean you get to act like there isn't a serious problem with how officers treat the people they arrest. BLM is not a bunch of looters and rioters. Anyone who violates the law and uses violence to get the point across is merely using the movement as crutch to excuse their wrongdoings. Anyone with a half a functioning brain can distinguish between an activist and a fucking coon.
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#12 - dammriver (03/01/2016) [-]
The problem with BLM is that the ones that use the movement as an excuse are much louder than the ones that use it for what it's intended to be used for.

And it really depends, when we're talking about the treatment of those they arrest. The majority of the time, people only actually pay attention to one side of the story. When you consider how many officers there are, the number of brutality claims is pretty small. The problem is, like the BLM movement, the "bad" ones get all of the media attention.

If anything, the courts are the ones who don't treat them right. They just released two drug dealers right back on to the streets, each with roughly 16 open court cases from previous incidents.
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#13 - fukkentyranitar (03/01/2016) [-]
The 'bad' ones get all the attention on both sides cause they're acting like degenerates and megalomaniacs. And please tell me why the bad cops almost never go to prison for their crimes when regular criminals do? 1000 to 1000000 is still a 1000. It doesn't make the issue any less important or pivotal. Especially when the claims are against the same officers in the same departments.
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#15 - dammriver (03/01/2016) [-]
Because a lot of the things that people think are "bad" are not actually illegal... There's this thing that is followed called the use of force continuum. It's a scale that "deems what reactions you may have to a certain situation".

The bad cops do go to prison, when it's deemed that what they did was actually "bad". The reason that the number seems so small? You see a video crying about police brutality that features one officer. You see a video about "BLM supporters" going crazy, and they're in groups. This makes it so one officer gets in trouble, while hundreds of "BLM supporters" get in trouble.
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