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Here’s an Idea: Police the Police Through the Uniform Code of Military Justice

If cops wanna pretend they are in warzones, then they need military law and oversight

Protesters on the north side of the White House, Protesting for Justice for Black People of America / George Floyd Protests, Wash. D.C., 1 Jun 2020 | Photo Credit: Johnny Silvercloud

Police Militarization — While Lacking Military Honor and Discipline

I was in a conversation years ago with a fellow talking about the police in Ferguson. I noticed that they…




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Johnny Silvercloud

Johnny Silvercloud

The analytical street photographer who exists to fight against racism, sexism, and fascism. U.S. Army vet. Writer. Speaker. Twitter: @johnnysilverclo

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