Reports of Cleveland police officers' excessive use of force subject of U.S. Justice...
Thomas E. Perez, right, assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division, announces that the U.S. Justice Department will investigate reports that Cleveland police use excessive force on suspects.
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#1 Mar 15, 2013
When you are interviewed, questioned or pulled over all you have to do is be calm and cool, when you adopt the Iam a gangsta hardass attitude it's a bad move. Quite probably 95% of all in custody use of force eminates from people who live to provoke!!!. Stop playing the race card every time you get yourself into trouble and remember it's really not that hard to stay out of trouble!!!
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