Members of Internet sites that allow law enforcement to air out issues are expressing outrage and offense over public reaction to last week’s death of a New York City man after police administered a chokehold, which is against police department policy.On PoliceOne.com, one person wrote, “Mayor you killed our effectiveness on the street, when you killed Stop and Frisk. Because of a few bleeding heart liberals and a few ethnic groups who believe they are the only ones being stopped. You shut down the whole system. Because now all those baggy … pants you see walking around are probably locked and loaded.”On a site called Thee Rant, someone wrote, “He probably never worked a legit job. The city will pay off the family and they will be in (racial epithet) heaven for the rest of their lives!”Wrote another, “ERIC GARNER? Yeah! Sure you are! A Nordic/Germanic given name and Anglo-Saxon surname! How dare you steal our names! You are hereby posthumously renamed MOBUTU TAKANUKU!”
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“Go to any online forum that serves police officers, find the Eric Garner story, and read the comments. Those are your police, America.” - Mike Riggs
How fucking dare you citizens whose taxes pay our salaries be angry when you see us apprehend a dangerous criminal (selling cigarettes) by choking him and letting him die on the sidewalk. What do you think? That we’re here to protect and serve? Well, fuck you. Signed, the police.
But but…… Racism is dead in America, proof, we elected a black president.
Nishe (aka Magdalena Lutek) is an up-and-coming Polish photographer who beautifully captures feminine, melancholic worlds only to the tune of film and instant film.
i love when people argue with me on the internet, like on reddit and i be shown em up like byeeeee