How do people end up having so many difficult situations with police?
I sympathize with victims of police brutality, period and no questions asked.
I don’t understand how people end up having run-ins with the police in the first place, though. I’m almost 50 years old and my only encounters with the police are:
1. In college, a policeman warned me. It to drink from a plastic cup that I had (figuring that it contained alcohol). I apologized and put the cup down. End of story.
2. I’ve had a few speeding tickets. I’ve always pulled to the side of the road, not moved, answered questions politely and apologized, and now I don’t speed. End of story.
I’ve never had anything more than that.
Why don’t people just follow the law and apologize and cooperate when they break it? Problem solved.
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
Because your privileged class.
Try being poor or black, preyed on by bullies like its sport.
See how your life goes then.
You don't have to do anything wrong AT ALL to get rummied by those POS's regulary, if you're prey class in America..
- StephenWeinsteinLv 71 month ago
Some of them do. It doesn't always solve the problem.
- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
cause they want to do their own thing and dont care