Brutality is nothing new. It's simply a manifestation of a human tendency, abuse of power. In the case of police brutality, it's been present ever since a police -force has existed. It doesn't t matter whether you refer to soldiers serving as the Vi Iles Urbani of the Roman Empire era. Nor does it matter if you refer to certain ego-centric gunfighter sheriffs and marshals of the old west. The brutality in many cases was and is mainly ignored, denied, or excused under some pretext or another.
So why is public outrage about police brutality suddenly more evident? Mainly because of the presence of so many cameras. Cellphone cameras, surveillance cameras, regular cameras, TV news cameras and now drone mounted cameras. It's harder to hide such incidents, and the level of brutality in many cases is shocking. Add the obvious lies of such officers in the glaring light of video evidence, it's beyond shocking. Then the police chiefs who do nothing about it unless forced to, it's dismaying. But the real questions are why are there so many incidents of police brutality? And what could be the ultimate consequences if it continues? This is a work of fiction meant to look at this issue in ways the country is either denying or willfully ignoring. Especially when it comes to certain members of the population. Primarily denying or ignoring the ultimate consequences of continuing its entrenched racist attitude. An attitude that is creating a foundation of simmering hatred. A hate that can be exploited by the nation's enemies, indeed, may already be happening. As stated, this is a work of fiction but based on all too real experiences, observations, affidavits and in some cases, statements by police officers. The sheer numbers of renegade, sadist and racist police officers may be at the vanguard of facilitating, a new era of terrorism inside America's borders. Funded and supplied by not just Muslim extremists but a certain European and Asian coalition that would like nothing more than seeing the fall of the United States of America.