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Another NYPD Supervisor Caught On Video Beating Citizens

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With more than 10,000 people joining the Occupy Wall Street protests on its 19th day - the largest crowds yet -  police used pepper spray and batons on activists while making hordes of arrests.

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Comment by David Jackson
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      Another supervisor? Hell, every time any officer commits a malfeasance (crime), it's the SUPERVISOR. Though "leadership" doesn't like it much, the reality is that anytime a system doesn't function, it's the fault of management. Cops do what they are told to do or are allowed to do; they don't make this crap up.

       I've not seen any art on the protest, so I can't comment on the tactics that are being used, except to say that, if there is bloodshed in the form of head injuries to the unarmed protesters, there is a prima facia intent to kill the protesters: Any time anyone hits anyone in the head, with anything, the attacker is as likely as not to kill the victim; this is, at best, attempted murder. If you don't agree, tough shit...You don't know what the hell you are talking about!

        I wouldn't be surprised to see a reversion to the antiquated mind-set and so-called crowd control tactics of the 50s and 60s.The return of the "watchman" to the ranks, policies , and methodologies of current law enforcement strategies is so blatantly obvious that it sickens me. The New Gestapo is up to "old techniques".

        Welcome to the United "State"!

Comment by Powell Gammill
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