While police brutality may seem overwhelming at times, it is important to remember that brutal police are the few and those of us who want peace are the many.
It is also important to remember that police work for the many.
It seems that society has lost the notion of public servants and instead has resorted to a paradigm of public subservience. This is a particularly worrisome state of “civilization” and it’s indicative of tyranny. But you don’t have to accept it.
Matthew Cooke is an Oscar-nominated documentary film producer, who has since turned to making powerful and hard-hitting minifilms about the police state.
In his latest minifilm, Cooke tackles the problem of how to get a bad cop fired. It is spot on.
In the video below Cooke and police accountability activist Van Jones, tackle this nearly impossible issue from multiple angles.