President Trump appears to endorse police brutality during speech

President Trump appears to endorse police brutality during speech

President Trump appears to endorse police brutality during speech

Much like the Boys Scouts, who had to apologize and distance themselves from Donald Trump after the president gave a freakish speech to them this week, the Suffolk County Police Department has come out against Trump's talk on Friday.

Trump then advised arresting officers to not assist suspects when they're ducking their heads to get inside the back of the cop vehicle.

In the ideal world, such a statement would be unwarranted, but the SCPD was responding to Trump's speech earlier in the day, during which POTUS told a bunch of cops in Brentwood, NY to "please not be too nice" to suspects they've arrested.

"Like when you guys put somebody in the vehicle and you're protecting their head".

The International Association of Chiefs of Police said that managing the use of force is the biggest challenge facing law enforcement.

"Let's be clear, the real target of President Trump's dragnet is not criminals, it is immigrants", said Irma Solis, director of the Suffolk chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union. "Totally protect the criminal, not the officers".

'If you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of them, would you?' he said.

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When a police officer takes someone into custody, you have no idea if they are guilty or not and it is illegal and unlawful for police officers to try to administer punishment when there have been no formal charges filed, no conviction, no sentencing. The president's overall anti-gang plans include more funding for federal law enforcement and expanding the wall along the US-Mexico border because the gang, which is headquartered in El Salvador, is mostly made up of and preys upon Hispanic immigrants. But Sini says residents want to be rid of MS-13. "And they cheered", McKesson tweeted, posting a clip of Trump's comments about "thugs" in "paddy wagons".

US President Donald Trump has said that police force should be tougher on undocumented immigrants who are arrested and taken into custody، according to "Press TV". However, President Donald Trump is only pushing for more brutality.

Trump likened the gang members to animals who "transformed peaceful parks and handsome quiet neighborhoods into blood-stained killing fields".

Looking around the crowd of protesters, Mr. Serrano said, "This reinforces my hope that we are going to be able to fight against this president and the machine, and all the hate that's going on".

"They're animals. We can not tolerate as a society the spilling of innocent، young، wonderful، vibrant people".

However, this attitude isn't exactly shared by police officers around the country, and Gainesville Police Department's rejection of Trump's speech has gone viral.

Trump's audience of law enforcement officers didn't seem to mind the wide variety of messages contained in the speech that felt more like a campaign message than the policy address that had been intended.

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