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As Cops in Atlanta Refuse to Do Their Jobs, Crime Plummets Anyway, Chaos Does NOT Ensue

Wrongdoing dropped drastically. Before Atlanta officials executing Rayshard Streams in a bungled DUI stop, wrongdoing started diving. Significantly after the concise distress from fights because of Creeks, wrongdoing was still on the decrease. In spite of the fact that numerous officials from the APD phoned in debilitated after the cop who slaughtered Creeks was charged, records show they were declining to carry out their responsibilities a long time before this.  As indicated by a searing report from WSB-television, preceding the police executing Streams and pitching an aggregate temper fit, traffic stops were at that point down to walloping 80 percent. At the point when cops aren't coercing individuals for harmless wrongdoings like window color, tag lights, safety belts, and other discretionary "offenses, " there is no compelling reason to "defund police" since this will do that for them. The association agent who addressed WSB-television said the official

Cops Wake Up Sleeping Father in Wendy’s, Shoot Him in The Back, Killing Him

One would think that with the  recently heightened tensions  between police and the citizens, that police would attempt to tone down their escalation tactics. Sadly, however, as the tragic case out of Atlanta illustrates, one would be wrong. Another black man was killed this weekend after he fell asleep in the drive-thru of a Wendy’s restaurant. The death of Rayshard Brooks, a 27-year-old father from Atlanta has already caused a massive backlash in the city. Amid immediate protests sparked over the weekend, Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields resigned her position. The officer, identified as Garrett Rolfe, who shot Brooks in the back twice as he ran away has also been fired. Another officer involved in the encounter, Devin Brosnan, has been placed on administrative duty. “There is a clear distinction between what you can do and what you should do,” Mayor  Keisha Lance Bottoms  said in a news conference Saturday. “I do not believe this was a justified use of deadly force.” Nei