Why Has Police Brutality Been on the Rise?

Why Has Police Brutality Been on the Rise?

Every area of civic life is increasingly being policed and monitored. Local police forces are increasingly being outfitted with military technologies and policies. The rise of the SWAT team in recent decades, and their use in the apprehension of even non-violent offenders, should act as an indicator of where things might go if no national dialogue is taken up.

Since the summer, thanks to whistleblowing contractor Edward Snowden, we have learned a great deal about the way the NSA stops and frisks our
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/policing-america-daily-actions-incrementally-criminalized/#L7O7dYiG4MOitbvD.99
Since the summer, thanks to whistleblowing contractor Edward Snowden, we have learned a great deal about the way the NSA stops and frisks our (and apparently everyone else’s) digital communications, both email and telephonic. The security benefits of such indiscriminate policing are far from clear, despite the government’s emphatic but inconsistent assurances otherwise. What comes into sharper focus with every volley of new revelations is the emerging digital infrastructure of what can only be called a police state.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/policing-america-daily-actions-incrementally-criminalized/#L7O7dYiG4MOitbvD.99
Since the summer, thanks to whistleblowing contractor Edward Snowden, we have learned a great deal about the way the NSA stops and frisks our (and apparently everyone else’s) digital communications, both email and telephonic. The security benefits of such indiscriminate policing are far from clear, despite the government’s emphatic but inconsistent assurances otherwise. What comes into sharper focus with every volley of new revelations is the emerging digital infrastructure of what can only be called a police state.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/policing-america-daily-actions-incrementally-criminalized/#L7O7dYiG4MOitbvD.99
Since the summer, thanks to whistleblowing contractor Edward Snowden, we have learned a great deal about the way the NSA stops and frisks our (and apparently everyone else’s) digital communications, both email and telephonic. The security benefits of such indiscriminate policing are far from clear, despite the government’s emphatic but inconsistent assurances otherwise. What comes into sharper focus with every volley of new revelations is the emerging digital infrastructure of what can only be called a police state.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/policing-america-daily-actions-incrementally-criminalized/#L7O7dYiG4MOitbvD.99
Since the summer, thanks to whistleblowing contractor Edward Snowden, we have learned a great deal about the way the NSA stops and frisks our (and apparently everyone else’s) digital communications, both email and telephonic. The security benefits of such indiscriminate policing are far from clear, despite the government’s emphatic but inconsistent assurances otherwise. What comes into sharper focus with every volley of new revelations is the emerging digital infrastructure of what can only be called a police state.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/policing-america-daily-actions-incrementally-criminalized/#L7O7dYiG4MOitbvD.99
Since the summer, thanks to whistleblowing contractor Edward Snowden, we have learned a great deal about the way the NSA stops and frisks our (and apparently everyone else’s) digital communications, both email and telephonic. The security benefits of such indiscriminate policing are far from clear, despite the government’s emphatic but inconsistent assurances otherwise. What comes into sharper focus with every volley of new revelations is the emerging digital infrastructure of what can only be called a police state.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/policing-america-daily-actions-incrementally-criminalized/#L7O7dYiG4MOitbvD.99
Since the summer, thanks to whistleblowing contractor Edward Snowden, we have learned a great deal about the way the NSA stops and frisks our (and apparently everyone else’s) digital communications, both email and telephonic. The security benefits of such indiscriminate policing are far from clear, despite the government’s emphatic but inconsistent assurances otherwise. What comes into sharper focus with every volley of new revelations is the emerging digital infrastructure of what can only be called a police state.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/policing-america-daily-actions-incrementally-criminalized/#L7O7dYiG4MOitbvD.99
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