Brown: violent law enforcement is domestic terrorism. We all fear the police

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 Brown: violent law enforcement is domestic terrorism. We all fear the police


At the end of todays victory over magic, brown talked about the issue of police brutality in law enforcement and the prejudice of the entire judicial system against people of color.

I come from another United States where people have always been afraid of the police. They may be killed by the police in their backyard. Parents have to teach their children how to avoid the police and tell them that if they meet a policeman on the street, they will never go home again. Before joining Celtic, I lived in that kind of America So I think you should pay attention to this issue. I hope you can recognize that police violence is terrorism in our country. He said. Brown was one of the first stars in the NBA to join the public protest, and he has been advocating peaceful protest since then. Brown also mentioned his reasons for kneeling in protest, saying that the author of the national anthem, the starry flag, was a slave owner, and a little-known version of the song also described slavery. It can be seen that racial problems are deeply rooted in the United States. Source: Netease sports Author: Kewell editor: Yang Jiankun_ NS4215

I come from another United States where people have always been afraid of the police. They may be killed by the police in their backyard. Parents have to teach their children how to avoid the police and tell them that if they meet a policeman on the street, they will never go home again. Before joining Celtic, I lived in that kind of America

So I think you should pay attention to this issue. I hope you can recognize that police violence is terrorism in our country. He said.

Brown was one of the first stars in the NBA to join the public protest, and he has been advocating peaceful protest since then.

Brown also mentioned his reasons for kneeling in protest, saying that the author of the national anthem, the starry flag, was a slave owner, and a little-known version of the song also described slavery. It can be seen that racial problems are deeply rooted in the United States.