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One Bill of Rights for You, Two Bills of Rights for Them

• Injustice Everywhere
The introductory text of the bill asserts that it is designed to improve police accountability, however the actual language of the bill contains no provisions that would force police departments to investigate complaints or dictate any type of process that would improve accountability at all. In essence, it only gives police officers more rights and communities fewer rights in how they can police their own police.

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Comment by Lane Lester
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Excellent comment, PureTrust! I just commented on an article bemoaning the possible death of public education. It's public education that's responsible for the fact that almost no one knows the truth of what you wrote.

Comment by Ed Price
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The Bill Of Rights - Amendments to the Constitution - are only meant to be a listing of a few of the more important rights that people have, inherently. These were listed just to keep Government at bay with regard to basics of life. 

The true and REAL bill of rights is that everybody has the complete right to do anything that he/she wants, as long as it doesn't harm anybody, harm anybody else's property, or blatantly threaten anybody. 

Think about it. YOU CAN DO ANYTHING YOU WANT AS LONG AS YOU DON'T REPRESS THE FREEDOM OF OTHERS TO DO ANYTHING THAT THEY WANT. 

Government tries to make us think that the only rights that we have are the rights listed in the Constitution/s. It's the other way around. We ahve ALL the rights to EVERYTHING as long as we do not infringe on the rights of others. 

So, guess who is infringing on our rights? It's the people in Government who are trying to make us think that our rights are limited to something written in some Government document. 

REMEMBER, Government by itself can do nothing. It can't hurt anybody or do anybody any good.  

It is PEOPLE - often in Government - that hurt people. Once in awhile they actually accidentally wind up doing good - but not often. Mostly they just hurt other people. 

 



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