Police Brutality

“Justice delayed is Justice denied” – The case of police brutality in Sathankulam, Tamilnadu.

The very phrase “Justice delayed is Justice denied ” is an antonym for the word “justice” because justice means the quality of being fair and reasonable which in the very least is considered in our country. Everyday we see innocent people being charged for something they did not do, women […]

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India reels from police brutality

While such a movement has done a lot of good, it has also spread a false sense of ease, projecting that such cases of the police brutalizing people is limited to America only. However, that is not the case, in countries such as India the problem is much larger and much more multi-faceted. Here the police do not target by race but by the Social status of a person, i.e. your monetary worth determines how the police treat you……

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A messy circumstance: A deadly Drive-Thru

As the story has been seen, Rayshard Brooks, a black man from Atlanta, was shot dead near a drive thru at a local Wendy’s. The man was probably inebriated when he came by to the drive-thru and subsequently fell asleep. The other customers simply drove past him to place their orders as they weren’t really bothered by a man sleeping in his car. Soon a Wendy’s employee calls the police on Brooks. The police came, took him out of the car and talked to him. In the video, Rayshard can clearly be seen drunk, but still being respectful to the cops, and for a change the cops to were respectful of him and talking courteously. This went on for about 30 mins or so and it seemed it would have a normal ending and not result in the death of another black man. However, what happened next…..

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