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The fact that this Qualified Immunity even exists should tell you all you need to know. Deliberately placed to protect police officers who abuse thier power, who abandoned the oaths they took, all literally at the cost of American lives. There should not be any clause such as this, this is nothing more than an excuse to abuse. Cat that’s what I do I read books I drink beer and I know things poster.  I agree that we should revisit this concept- but police chiefs, commissioners and mayors still hold the authority to fire an officer who misuses his or her authority, they have the ability to establish and enforce departmental use of force practices and District Attorneys and/or Attorneys General can file criminal charges and actively prosecute such actions. A qualified immunity does not translate to an absolute immunity. There is ample room to point the finger at the lack of accountability beyond the concept of qualified immunity.

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Police officers are supposed to be trained servants of the community. They’re supposed to PROTECT AND SERVE. Do they not carry pepper spray or tasers? Why are trained officers quick to pull out a gun? Why must interactions get lethal unless their lives are in immediate danger. Cat that’s what I do I read books I drink beer and I know things poster. Cops should recieve harsher penalties not more lenient penalties when breaking the law. It only makes sense as they should know better, took an oath, and have power over the community. I’m not attempting to argue that there isn’t a problem of police brutality. However, I believe this graphic is misleading. Simply showing that only 1% of killings by police resulted in a conviction really says nothing, as what’s really important is what percentage of the 99% were actually legitimate uses of force. Presenting this data in this way is a cheap attempt to generate outrage, and as a supporter of Bernie since 2016, I expected better than this.

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