Police violence against Black women has long been an unending debate.
Apparently, it’s depreciating in terms of relevance as almost everyone is used to police cruelly against Blacks already. In conciseness, the societal menace has lost its importance considering how people feel or react about.
Regardless of what people feel or say, silence around police violence has been widely condemned at the global stage.
An Alabama police officer was captured on film, assaulting one Chikesia Clemons. “I’ll break your arm, that’s what I’m about to do,” said the officer.
The incident captured shows the officer pulling the 25-year-old’s shirt, revealing her breasts and then leaving her chest bare as she was handcuffed.
A week before Clemons’ incident, 2 Black men, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson were arrested for unnecessarily at a Philadelphia Starbucks. According to the store manager, the pair had overstayed in the restaurant and he had to call the police.
However, despite the similarities between the two incidents, the latter gained more media attention than the formal.
Meanwhile, an unaddressed issue of police brutality against Blacks in Europe is people who witnessed the violence scene, doing nothing.
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