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Killer Cop Audiobook

Killer Cop: Unnecessary Use of Deadly Physical Force and How to Protect Yourself from Being Shot

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Have you ever been apprehended by the police? If so, how did you react to the situation? Were you handcuffed?

People around the world have complained of police manhandling them during arrests, even when their conscience is clear and they know they have not committed a crime. This is a common phenomenon everywhere. The question is, how are you supposed to react before you come to the conclusion that the police are militarized?

When people have accused police of using deadly physical force, more often than not, investigations have concluded otherwise. People have been killed by police gunfire because of failure to obey orders during arrests, but this does not mean the killer cops who have been accused of killing unarmed, innocent civilians should not be investigated and brought to justice.

Racism is at the center of the increasing number of killer cop incidents. Racism has featured prominently as a major factor contributing to the use of deadly force and pervasive legal processes against minorities in the US. This audiobook addresses killer cop incidents, especially in the US. While it reviews what many are now calling "racist" police killings, note that some people who have been killed by so-called killer cops could have saved their lives by obeying police orders during arrests.

This audiobook will also equip you with useful tips that will help you do the right thing, should you fall into the hands of law enforcement officers.

©2015 Sherman Williams (P)2015 Sherman Williams

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    Russ 08-02-15

    Mn transplant from california. Computer geek online seller, who loves hiking, hunting, sailing, singing and writing music.

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    the book didnt cut it. very biased and with very little research. the performance is one of the worst of the 300 books i have listened to on audable. the tag line to the title "how not to get shot" was a very short segment at the very end, an after thought. I want my money back.

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