Sad, really sad to see how those who should serve and protect inhabitants of society are using them as victims for their own frustration. Sad indeed, how Modern (patriarchal) society has developed.
Now there is one thing that confuses me, perhaps someone can clarify. It was a 911 call that alerted the police to come, and when they arrived, they went ahead and did their violent thing. Where is the investigation? Is it not normal in the USA that police who arrive at the scene start with asking questions, trying to find out what is the situation on the ground? Nobody was carrying a gun here; there was a dispute of some kind. It seems to me that the police relied on the information given on 911 as being correct, rather than using their own senses.
This also occurred to me as being strange, when I watched the video of the heart breaking killing of 12 year old Tamir Rice. The police received a 911 call saying someone had a gun. Police arrived and shot Tamir. There was no investigative element in the whole incident, only violence based on a 911 call.
Now here is my confusion: is it so that the 911 caller as per definition is right in the USA? Is the police merely ordered in by any 911 caller to execute what the caller tells? I thought they came in order to assess via their trained and professional abilities what the case actually is all about, rather than merely relying on a telephone call.
It actually means that anyone who live in a racial neighborhood in the USA can create a likely but untrue scenario where the police will come and shoot the black-skinned neighbor due to a story that the white-skinned caller makes up. Pretty scary isn't it.