Presidential Brutality


I’m just a plainspoken Colorado criminal defense lawyer, but the way I see it…

During his campaign for the Presidency, Donald Trump repeatedly urged supporters to rough up the protestors who dogged his trail.

So I suppose it’s no surprise that, speaking yesterday to police in Long Island, he urged them to random acts of brutality against the suspects they encounter. No surprise, but not a thing you like to hear from a President of the United States. Not some of us, anyway.

The officers arrayed behind him laughed and smiled, perhaps in embarrassment, but it made for a ghoulish image. Have the police really been just waiting for a leader of the free world who happens also to be a cheap thug?

Don’t be too nice to your suspects, Trump said. Let ‘em bang their heads when you throw them in the back seat of a police car. Pay no attention to the laws, which are stacked against you.

Better advice? Pay no attention to this President.


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One Response to Presidential Brutality

  1. Bruce Luyendyk 3 August 2017 at 4:56 pm #

    Let’s see is it “innocent until proven guilty” or the other way around?

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