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Where will it end?

December 9, 2014
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It may be just facts and figures but this blogger has found a wealth of “TRUTH” exemplified in this facts and i wanted to share his work with you my readers.

Just Cruisin 2

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We’ve been following the uproar over two arrests
that went bad since they happened. In both these
instances the person being arrested died. Although
tragic, it seemed like a very rare occurrence to us.

So we looked. According to the FBI, there were an
estimated 12,408,899 arrests in 2011. Of those, 74%
were male, 69.2% were white, 28.4% were black, and
the remaining 2.4% were of other races.

Once again the race card is being played and the
deceased shown in the media as model citizens. We
will readily admit that nobody deserves to die at
the hands of another, but are the police really
deserving of the wrath?

108 officers and 20 police dogs have been killed
so far in 2014. In 2013, 100 officers were
killed, 51,625 were assaulted, and 14,857 had
injuries resulting from assaults. Those figures come from the National Law Enforcement Officers
Memorial…

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Jon permalink
    December 10, 2014 1:14 pm

    I’d give my “right” arm to see these facts on the major network evening news, but somehow I think I’ll still have it come morning.

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