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In the aftermath of the Grand Jury decision in Ferguson, MO a friend shared an article which provides (in my opinion) intelligent insight why our country has this problem of giving a hall pass to law enforcement’s use of lethal force in almost all situations.
Whether you see it in Ferguson, Milwaukee, New York or Los Angeles this article may give you the out of the box understanding why this is occurring.
The bottom line is when law enforcement provide less and less trust worthy actions over time, we as a people will lose more and more of our rights. The profound item learned in this article is this whole mess is founded in actions of the Supreme Court of the United States.
I pray that we find our moral way again. The article is at this link. Just click on the link: