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4 Women Were Beaten By Cops And No One Believed Them, Until This Video Surfaced | Alternet


4 Women Were Beaten By Cops And No One Believed Them, Until This Video Surfaced | Alternet: Without evidence, these countless victims of police brutality have an
uphill battle when attempting to prove their injustices. Despite a
proven track record of lies, deceit, and senseless violence the public
continues to believe the police over the victims. Of course,
criminals will lie too and say that they didn’t do anything to deserve
being beaten by cops. But even when people really didn’t do anything,
the public almost never believes them. Even when police are caught on
video, shooting unarmed men with their hands in the air, the public will side with the killer cops. It is indeed a shame.

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