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Maybe it is me, but when I am tempted to sit back and curse out the darkness--taking action to make a difference helps me--which is why I like ending a post with a petition for all to consider--the subject may be dark--but then, it is always darkest just before the Dawn, metaphorically speaking that is.
Handcuffed, barefoot women rarely pose much of a threat to police, particularly if they're seated on the ground. But when an arrested woman in Rhode Island kicked out at the police officer arresting her, he responded as if she'd actively threatened him -- by kicking her in the face.
We must set a precedent for making brutalities like these unacceptable. »
Though he was convicted of felony battery, which carries a maximum 20-year prison sentence, Krawetz will spend no time at all in prison. And it will take a special hearing to remove him from the force.
Krawetz's assault was caught on video. The woman was unable to break her fall as the kick slammed her head on to the curb.
Police forces are on the streets to protect us, not to subject us to more violence. We must demonstrate that actions like Officer Krawetz's will not go unnoticed.
Thanks for taking action