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How To Conduct Yourself When Being Approached By Law Enforcement

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Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be discussing police interactions and how to conduct yourself, so you can make it home safe. The amount of police brutality and mistreatment of American citizens has been put on the forefront and Americans have had enough! Now more than ever, there is a public stance on police brutality and misconduct. 1 of the problems is a lot of officers feel like they have your life and freedom in the palm of their hands, so whatever they say, goes.

Bad cops make it hectic for the good cops who stand by their oath to serve and protect. It's behavior like this that causes us to have discussions like our topic tonight, because at the end of the day, we all wanna make it home safe and without being arrested over something totally unnecessary and avoidable. The public outcry on police misconduct is mostly over the cops who want to play judge, jury and executioner. The late George Floyd is a prime example of why citizens have made it a priority to stand against mistreatment by the police.

From youth to seniors, we want everyone to understand what's happening with these crooked cops and we want you all to make it home safe, so it's imperative that we have this conversation. There are many good cops out there serving and protecting to make our neighborhoods safe. This discussion is in no way criticism to those brave men and women who do it the right way. In fact, we have a tremendous amount of respect for those officers and we appreciate them. This is only about the cops who: plant fraudulent evidence, assault, harm and even kill innocent people, for no good reason.

Our hope is that listeners will find this discussion therapeutic as we all have to deal with police interactions, so we're all in this together and as long as we continue to stand up for one another, sky's the limit on what we can achieve.

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