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Police Brutality in the US Picture if you will a beautiful sunny afternoon in the middle of San Francisco Ca A local group of bicyclists known as Critical Mass gather for a peaceful ride through the city The monthly ride was designed to promote the idea that bikes are a positive alternative to cars Instead of the normal hundred or so riders a mass of 6000 or more cyclists gather for the ride There was a speech from the mayor and then they set off to cruise the city lead by their arranged police escort Now picture your self peddling along enjoying the sight in front of you Suddenly you see congestion ahead of you Whats the problem you ask your self Are those police cars blockading the bike course You come to a stop You hear a commotion about the escort being called off and the cops stopping the ride Suddenly with your bike at a complete stop you are torn off your bike by two cops and throw to the black asphalt Scared and worried you try to cooperate as much as possible so that the police officers dont confuse you with a criminal Your helmet comes off your head the skin on your arms and legs bruised and split as you are brought to lye on the ground Three Cops one threatening with pepper spray and another with his riot bat cocked back ready to swing The last cop feeling he needs to detain you by forcing you to stay down with his knee jammed against the bones in your neck Panic sets in WHATS HAPPENING you scream in and outside of your head over and over again Hey you got the wrong guy I didnt do anything you insist No they dont have the wrong guy because after the abuse you are arrested for unlawful assembly While this ride organized with the SFPD was to be a peaceful trek through
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