Police Brutality

There are good cops who protect their community without abusing their authority. They love what they do and they take pride in doing their job very well by honoring the badge. A professional cop doesn’t have time to stop somebody because they’re jay walking. A professional cop has bigger fish to fry. A professional cop would have called for back up when Brown took off running instead of executing him leaving his lifeless body in the street like a stray animal. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvUGI6SCN38  A professional cop would have defused the situation before it got out of hand. A professional cop would have used other resources before pulling out his gun to execute a teenager in broad daylight for pettiness? Why was this officer in rage? Lets look at the facts; everybody does not have the train skills as a professional cop, especially when they’re in a scuffle. As a professional cop, you can’t let your anger get the best of you. You can’t just shoot a kid ten times because he made you angry. Why would an officer kill a man in broad daylight by putting him in a chokehold? Eric Garner was not resisting arrest, he just wanted the officers to leave him alone. http://bit.ly/1wGtnVq   What if there were no recordings? The officers will not face charges for their brutality. As you can see, some officers get away with murder even if it’s recorded. One might ask, where is the justice? This is not the way the law works, if you have that much rage, then why be a police officer? Whatever happen to police ethics? http://abt.cm/14aq8yT God sees everything and he will always have the last say so. The officers need to face charges. Lets face it, even hard criminals, serial killers, and pedophiles don’t get treated like this. It’s time to take a stand against police brutality in America. Thank God somebody was recording: http://bit.ly/1HdU5fm     http://bit.ly/1CRlXGD


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About Colishia S. Benjamin

Colishia S. Benjamin is an inspirational author, inspiring screenwriter, and visionary living in North Carolina. She spent most of her adult life caring for others, working fifteen years in the healthcare field as a nursing assistant and as a habilitation technician. Her duties caring for the elderly and children with special needs exposed her to powerful emotional stories on a daily basis. The brave and remarkable individuals she met became the inspiration for her characters. Starting as poet and short story writer, Colishia knew she had more to say, and desire to develop and expand her writing into novels and screenplays. She enrolled in school as a full-time student at Full Sail University, where she earned her BFA in Creative Writing for Entertainment. In 2011, she saw two of her poems published, including A Silly Girl Crush, appearing in the book From A Window: Harmony by Ebner & Wein Publishing, and Taboo appearing in the Anthology Stars in Our Hearts. In September of 2012, WestBow Press published her work Poetry of Life. Colishia is now in the process of writing her first feature length screenplay titled The Cry: a horror film about an evil entity haunting and killing vacationers that cross its path on a secluded island. She plans to release her second book Dear Lord: A book of prayers in the Fall 2017.

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