What we need is to stop these protest before anyone knows the facts
#45 | Posted by tmaster at 2015-04-29 07:47 PM | Reply | Flag:
The obvious problem with that, where it pertains to cases of police abuse, is that the police A) Investigate themselves making their "facts" questionable and B) Know damn well that the longer they wait to release their findings, the less interest there will be and the less questions will be asked.
If there was a non-biased entity looking into these cases that would release information in a reasonable timeframe, I would agree with you.
But the reality is that the "official findings" are held back much longer than is necessary and they come from a source that is literally as biased as possible.
Its all part of a system that intentionally puts police above accountability. And I'm not going to blame people for not wanting to play by the rules of a rigged game.