We call it “human rights violations” when police in other countries intimidate their people by executing citizens on the street for petty infractions–but, when we do it it’s different.
London’s Daily Mail is reporting today that US police forces are now performing public executions like their German Nazi counterparts once did in a further bid to further terrorize their citizens, and as we can, in part, read:
“A shocking video has been released allegedly showing police officers tasering and beating a homeless man to death who they claim was resisting arrest. Though the video is not clear, eye witnesses say the homeless man – Kelly Thomas, 37 – was unable to put up any resistance and was lying on the ground on his front when the attack took place on July 5. His screams and cries for his father can be heard amid the tasering noises.” [See shocking video by clicking here.]
Most interesting to note about the public execution by US police forces of this homeless man was the large crowd of Americans who stood idly by without coming to his aide, and which stands in sharp contrast with Chinese citizens who after their police forces beat a street vendor to death yesterday rioted against this shocking abuse of human rights in their knowing that if injustice isn’t stopped it only grows stronger. (Source)
Another example (Oakland, CA in 2009):
Bystander video of Oscar Grant shooting (ABC News) shows Mr. Grant held face down on the floor and not resisting arrest when he was shot in the back. [Additional video HERE.]
And more examples . . .