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"Do Not Resist" documentary focuses on the militarization of police

“Do Not Resist,” an independent film about police militarization, aired on PBS on Monday, February 12, 2018.

While the film focused on the aftermath of the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO in 2014, it also covered various law enforcement agencies across the nation that were receiving military equipment from the...

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February 13, 2018  Robin Kinderman
militarization, police, military, equipment, federalization, BEARCAT, SWAT team, Ferguson, BLM, Black Lives Matter, St. Louis, Michael Brown, armored vehicle

Supporting your police does not mean supporting criminal cops

There are some people out there who think that those of us who support campaigns and groups like “Support Your Local Police,” “The Thin Blue Line,” and “Back the Blue” are willing to back up officers no matter what they do.

This is not the case. We support our officers against the hatred and unjust...

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January 22, 2018  Robin Kinderman
police, brutality, corrupt, cops, silence, money, New Jersey
Supporting your police does not mean supporting criminal cops

The Skewed Results of people killed in 2017 are here...

If you Google “how many people were shot by police officers in 2017”, the first story that pops up is one posted be The Root, an African-American run “news” web site. I put quotation marks around news because their stories, while they appear to report facts, are heavily interwoven with opinions and a Black Lives Matter...

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January 3, 2018  Robin Kinderman
people killed by police in 2017, police killed in 2017, killed by police
The Skewed Results of people killed in 2017 are here...

Fifth graders hold the solution to police brutality in Baltimore?

Fifth graders in Baltimore may be the ticket to solving police brutality.

According to TheRealNews.com, a class of fifth graders has completed a “comprehensive research project on the unconstitutional and racist tactics used by Baltimore’s police department” and will be using their findings to come up with their own...

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December 18, 2017  Robin Kinderman
baltimore, police brutality, 5th grade, students, consent decree, police violence
Fifth graders hold the solution to police brutality in Baltimore?

BLM isn’t a national security threat?!

In an article posted on The Real News Network, reporter Sharmini Peries interviews Stephanie Llanes, a lawyer for the Center for Constitutional Rights about documents obtained from the FBI showing that they have been spying on Black Lives Matter.

Llanes explains that the FBI is claiming that BLM has a tendency to be violent. She claims...

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December 3, 2017  Robin Kinderman
BLM, Black lives matter, black panther party, J. Edgar Hoover, FBI, national security threat, investigation
BLM isn’t a national security threat?!

Are laws designed to protect police actually hurting them?

In an opinion piece written for the Sacramento Bee, writer Marcos Brenton brings to our attention that the law is written in favor of police, yet often hurts them rather than helps them.

The law he is referencing is the Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights Act of 1976. He writes:

It’s...

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November 27, 2017  Robin Kinderman
police, brutality, sacramento, AG, attorney general, laws, investigations
Are laws designed to protect police actually hurting them?

"Baltimore Rising" documentary: good or bad?

Scheduled to air nation-wide on HBO Nov.20 is the documentary “Baltimore Rising”. Directed by “The Wire” actress Sonja Sohn, the story focuses on the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray. The trailor highlights the changes within the police force, the failure of the media to accurately cover the problems in the black...

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November 15, 2017  Robin Kinderman
Baltimore, Baltimore Rising, black lives matter, Freddie Grey, BLM
"Baltimore Rising" documentary: good or bad?

Biased Sources...

According to The Root, new studies are showing that police violence is not being deterred by the wearing of body cams. These studies – conducted by the NPR and Lab @ DC – looked at police within the D.C. metro for a year, and found that there were no statistical behavor changes that could be attributed to the wearing of body...

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October 21, 2017  Robin Kinderman
body camera, body cams, washington d.c., DC, washington dc, blacks, african-americans, crime, murder, police brutality, police violence
Biased Sources...

Morality is the answer, not gun control

We’ve seen it before and we’ll see it again – any time a gun-related crisis takes places, anything and everything that has to do with guns becomes taboo.

Right after the Las Vegas shooting took place, the “suppressor” bill that was scheduled to be voted on in the House was put on hold.

Now, the Lake...

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October 15, 2017  Robin Kinderman
gun control, suppressor bill, silencer bill, las vegas, las vegas shooting, second amendment, 2nd amendment, republican party, democratic party
Morality is the answer, not gun control

Protesting the Right to Protest?

The world is seeming a bit dismal right now. Black Lives Matter, Antifa, and mass shootings leave one feeling helpless, wondering if things are ever going to get turned around.

Even though many of know that the major news outlets are controlled by leftist organizations with ulterior motives, they leave one wondering if the majority of...

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October 9, 2017  Robin Kinderman
national anthem, NFL, protest, racism, police brutality
Protesting the Right to Protest?

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