The ACLU is alleging the Washington DC City Police used 'rape as penalty' versus protesters. Cenk Uygur, Hannah Cranston, and also Brett Erlich, the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us just what you believe in the comment section listed below.
" When black-clad marchers started smashing windows in Washington, D.C., on Commencement Day, the city's police– reputedly the very best in the country at promoting protesters' civil liberties throughout turbulent demonstrations– went nuclear.
Police officers quickly released pepper spray, tear gas, and also crowd-control explosives of numerous kinds. The Metropolitan Authorities Division decided to "kettle" every person on the streets nearby the initial anarchist-driven residential or commercial property damage, something it does not, by reputation, make a habit of doing throughout demonstrations.
The mass round-up brushed up the "Antifa" wild kinds together with several peaceful militants, reporters, as well as volunteer legal viewers that end up in brilliant green hats to assist support First Change rights at such events in the resources. After hours of kettling, authorities detained more than 200 individuals. All were initially charged with felonies by the USA Lawyer's workplace, which continues to seek the substantial majority of those situations."
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