Do you trust the police to protect and serve? | The Tylt
After no charges were brought against the officers who killed Alton Sterling, many are questioning whether or not they can trust law enforcement to protect them. The tension between communities and cops has been building for years, with police officers chanting "Whose streets? Our streets!" last year during a protest in St. Louis. Many argue the police need a complete overhaul if they wish to regain the public's trust. But others believe most cops are good cops, and we should stand with those who protect us every day. What do you think? 🚨 🚔 🚨
Do you trust the police to protect and serve?
Louisiana AG says that Louisiana Dept of Justice can't proceed with a prosecution of the officers responsible for fatal shooting of Alton Sterling.— Kristen Clarke (@KristenClarkeJD) March 27, 2018
The shooting of unarmed African Americans is a crisis issue that is tearing apart families and communities.
"Alton Sterling"#BLM— Franny🌊NeverAgain🌊🌊 (@PoliticalDoggy) March 27, 2018
When will good officers realize that ignoring bad officers erodes the whole system. There is no honor in that. People don't trust the police anymore. Is that what you want?
Murder is murder is MURDER.
Justice for ALL. pic.twitter.com/srEyUvXIoo
Alton Sterling had a loaded gun in his pocket which he was trying to reach for while resisting arrest.— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) March 27, 2018
Whatever your thoughts on whether cops were justified in shooting him, this fact has to be acknowledged amidst the "racist police" narrative.— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) March 27, 2018
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