Unfortunately, a very small percentage of Nice Never Underestimate Old Man With Vinyl Records Shirt officers abuse their power which you see in other videos posted on the internet. You’re right, we need to SEE it. It happens all day every day, but it doesn’t get the same attention as the negative stuff. Unless drug deals, rape, and murders are happening, when they should be taken care of those as their first priority. Police can’t police in a vacuum. They need the community to trust them and cooperate with them and act as partners with them. If the community doesn’t trust the police, but instead fears and hates them, they won’t engage the police when they’re a victim of crimes. And the criminals go ballistic.
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Drug deals should be legal. That way if one dealer rips off another the Nice Never Underestimate Old Man With Vinyl Records Shirt issue is settled in court instead of by “popping a cap in their ass”. Next, you’ll tell me the war on drugs is manufactured to fill private prisons and have prisoners work for $0.25 an hour. It’s not like law enforcement and prisons lobby to keep drugs illegal because legalizing drugs would reduce the need for police and prisons tenfold. Bonus. Imagine if the US government utilized the war on drugs to funnel money to guerrilla factions and parties in order to fund proxy wars against communist factions in South America.
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As often as it is for Nice Never Underestimate Old Man With Vinyl Records Shirt legitimate businesses. There will be a decade-ish long transition where dealers make the transition but the legal routes will win out. Also, not only would disputes between suppliers and distributors be now eligible for court, but criminal matters too (ironically). Right now a dealer can get robbed and their only restitution is vigilantism. Legalize the drug trade and now that becomes legit theft. Unfortunately, a very small percentage of officers abuse their power.