Duffy Rice: Violence, Death, Brutality Is ‘A Pattern In Policing In This Country’ | The Last Word 1

Duffy Rice: Violence, Death, Brutality Is ‘A Pattern In Policing In This Country’ | The Last Word

 

Josie Duffy Rice tells Lawrence O’Donnell that Daunte Wright’s killing taking place ten miles away during the trial of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd is “both a coincidence in some ways and also inevitable because this is the pattern of police violence in this country” and needs to be eradicated to address the “rot in the profession writ large.” Aired on 04/14/2021.
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Duffy Rice: Violence, Death, Brutality Is ‘A Pattern In Policing In This Country’ | The Last Word

32 comments

    1. The fact is ,when you don’t comply the chance of a violent ending is multiplied. Normally the violence is started by the perp.

    1. @jacob stienecker No,it’s called compliance. Had Wright not resisted this wouldn’t have happened.Don’t be so dumb.

  1. We cannot legislate morality but behavior can be regulated. Judicial decrees and laws may not change hearts but they can restrain the heartless. Unfortunately these words of MLK define where we are in this country more than all other words…once again .

    1. @Gage King no immunity for law enforcement simple..This allow them to be sued for egregious behavior…Im moving from shiiid hole country becoming an expat…This place is rotting from the inside out…

  2. The worst they can do now is a mistrial then Minnesota will burn down. You be surprise what a brick can do when they throw it at you full force

  3. Guns are more sacrosanct than providing healthcare for all. Until we put human life at the forefront we’ll never evolve into a truly great Country!

    1. Unfortunately as the covid crisis showed us the GOP does not care about life. Especially if they have to put forth any effort to protect it

  4. THE POLUCE BRINGS TROUBLE UPON THEMSELVES…….HOW CAN THEY BE SO CARELESS AND STUPID….KNOWING THE SITUATIONS AROUND THE COUNTRY…..THE ENTIRE POLICE FORCE IN THE COUNTRY SHOULD BE OVERHAULED

    1. The United States government, state governments and local governments are all guilty of subsidizing lawlessness in America. Therefore, society gets more lawlessness with each passing month. Dimocrats think they want a society without police but that’s not wise for dimocrats because the only thing protecting the criminal element, a dimocrat voting block, from total demise is cops. A good house cleaning (elimination of the criminal element) will be the chief result of a loss of policing. Then, and only then, will society return to normalcy.

  5. Biden needs to get the American troops out of Afghanistan, sort your countries huge problems out, and leave the rest of us alone!

  6. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

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