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2014 was a turning point in the national conversation around police violence after the killings of Michael Brown, Laquan Mcdonald, and Eric Garner. Five years later, Hasan examines the systems in place that protect and sometimes incentivize police misconduct in America.

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Satish Singhal
Satish Singhal 23 hours ago
Honestly, this is not a joking matter. May be police in America does not have as much power as Gestapo, in Nazi Germany, but it has incredible amount of power. Here are the examples: 1. Capitol Hill police officer, stopped and asked A BLACK UNITED STATES SENATOR, to show his ID, and prove that he is a senator, or risk arrest. If they can do that to a United States senator, then who are you and I? We are nothing! 2. A Harvard university black professor was arrested, when tried to enter his own home, with keys and identification shown. 3. Black customers at Starbucks were arrested, when store clerk asked them to either buy something or leave, while, they were simply waiting for a white friend to arrive. 4. In United Airline plane a Chinese doctor was beaten badly, when he refused to give up seat, he was already assigned and paid for. So my black and brown and asian , and bearded friends, if you wish to complete your natural life in America, do the followings. 1. You can ask a question from police officers to get help, but do it with extreme politeness and thank them after that. 2. If you do not have a question, then do not strike conversation with police. They might interpret that as you distracting them, and your partner shoot them, while you distract them. Of course, that thought will be proven wrong, but in the interim, you are making police officer nervous. You can argue, that police should not be that jumpy. But they are. 3. If a police officer stops you, then keep your hands out, at all times, where they can see them. 4. Do not make any sudden body movement, if you are stopped by the police. Running away is certain death penalty. 5. Obey every order, the officer gives you without any arguments. 6. Answer, all police questions, to the best you can. 7. Stay as needed but leave when you are asked to leave. 8. You do have legal right to ask officers business card, with their name and badge number. if they do not have it ask them to write on a piece of paper and give it to you. Hold it in your hand. Remember, no hands in any pocket, until you left officers sight. Obey these rules to live your natural life. Advice to Indians and other Asians, who look like Muslims: If a white man wants to argue with you in bars, do not argue. If they look drunk and ask you to leave, then leave. A young Indian engineer , Srinivas Kuchbotla, did not leave , and white man came back with a gun and killed him.
Rebecca Grace
Rebecca Grace 3 days ago
Police are supposedly to "protect and serve" but mainly seem to "penalize and enforce". I wonder what a system of officers actually trained to protect and serve would look like. From my incredibly uninformed point of view, the phrase to protect and serve is wildly mischaracterizing, and should be replaced with something more fitting, like "Grown Up & Bored Hall Monitors Drunk on Power with Licenses to Kill, Ability to Ruin Lives in a Single Shitty Arrest, and Should Be Avoided at All Costs". Seriously, after a few significantly negative experiences with law enforcement (1 where my life was in immediate danger -- 4 guns pointed at my face, 1 that was psychologically traumatizing -- the officer was repeatedly yelling at me, barking orders at me and crowding me physically as I'm having a panic attack, and 1 where the cop was just having a big ego day and I won't get into details) now when I see any kind of law enforcement I'm mentally and physically on guard and just prepare myself for the worst. No I'm not black or hispanic or trans, I'm a mentally ill white female that has panic attacks. I think it's an issue that entire communities of people (minorities / immigrants / trans /mentally ill) are in fear for their lives and livelihoods because of the very real existence of bad cops and not-so-bad cops having a big ego day. If the cop wants to kill you or destroy your life, s/he absolutely can. And where I live there are zero ramifications for over zealous police officers looking to fight their boredom at work with some ill informed notion of social justice.
Cody
Cody 5 days ago
I need to see Hasan do a show in a suit at least once.....
shayon mojumdar
shayon mojumdar 6 days ago
Well Hassan is pretty much screwed now 🤣
Christian NoName
Christian NoName 6 days ago
This is literally just a higher budget version of Some More News’ video “How Cops Are Trained to Shoot You in Your Home”
Aditi Haider
Aditi Haider 8 days ago
today the kkk members become cops cuz they can lynch black and brown people without consequence
Colonizer-Chan
Colonizer-Chan 14 days ago
I mean you know well enough that police can’t be unmilitarized since the gangs are up and about along with terrorism as a threat. We burned a big bridge with the war on drugs and the war on poverty
Colonizer-Chan
Colonizer-Chan 14 days ago
>most of these people were Ah the 13% back at it
Colonizer-Chan
Colonizer-Chan 14 days ago
Reminder that cops claimed the swat team raiding Dennis Tuttle’s home didn’t have body cameras. A no knock raid on the wrong house where they killed everyone inside. They have started to prosecute some officers but it won’t go anywhere
Colonizer-Chan
Colonizer-Chan 14 days ago
>cops shoots a child after missing the main target *a dog* Oh man this meme doesn’t die
Colonizer-Chan
Colonizer-Chan 14 days ago
American police: have hours long shootout with a thief in a UPS truck: Thief, hostage, and a random civilian are dead. Some boomer conceal carrying a pistol in a church: *Drops a mass shooter in under 10 seconds with a single shot* Im gonna trust the gun nuts more than the cops now
Colonizer-Chan
Colonizer-Chan 14 days ago
Ah so that’s why the ATF is now called the BATFE. Nothing says the fed like burning 80+ people to death and damaging all evidence they can. I totally love the federal government. *please don’t shoot me*
Dennis Robertson
Dennis Robertson 20 days ago
I was with you until you brought that POS race bater Dyson. He is a racist and a pseudo intellectual blow hard and what Chris Rock would call a fucking neggar. Don't get me wrong, I'm not siding with the cops but that race bating POS is just as bad or worse
Sharon Kwan
Sharon Kwan 20 days ago
This is what Hong Kong's protest has led into, the awareness of how police can act with impunity. It has a very similar system and Hong Kong protesters are calling for independent inquiry. #standiwithhongkong #fightforfreedom
Benjamin Raskin
Benjamin Raskin 21 day ago
This is another case especially in America where money out weights are human decency if we care more for monetary value in compensation than we do for our fellow human beings, are we even human beings anymore
UnrecycleRubdish
UnrecycleRubdish 23 days ago
Hasan is a genius. His use of comedy to expose a specific issue is powerful and unprecedented in our media. And his presentation is flawless. Patriot Act should be a national requirement in high school curricula for teaching presentation skills.
SatansLittleGamer
20:54 Hey! I have that Scarface poster! :)
Nadeem adam
Nadeem adam Month ago
Kill a cop life time of prison, if a cop kills an innocent they walk free? What kind of rule is that!
traking 123
traking 123 Month ago
Lies
mi_sally
mi_sally Month ago
These police shootings are frustrating & I'm not even American! I just watch it. It's so stupid. US police looks like they're looking to shoot someone for no reason.
Chief
Chief Month ago
I’m the future racism isn’t going away. It just going to shift from hating colored people to hating white people
John M Latzo
John M Latzo Month ago
Totally agree with all this. But who employs Cops? We do the citizens. But the cops bosses do nothing, the politicians.
NICHOLAS REED
NICHOLAS REED Month ago
That 'finger banging" line had me in stitches
Enoch Brown
Enoch Brown Month ago
Hasan is better than CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, Sixty Minutes and The View all put together and shaken up for good measure. He is THE BOMB that this country needs. God bless you, Hasan.
Masud Abdulaleem
Prophet Muhammad said " do NOT respond to wrong with wrong. "
Shahla Bozorgzadeh
viva hassan
thejubieexperience
I worked for several years as a crisis manager with a lot of similarities to police work. I'd come in and deescalate serious, violent people. Had I acted like a cop every time someone tried to punch me, I'd have gotten fired. I, instead, learned to deescalate violent people. I've talked people out of holding big knives and all kinds of stuff. I felt that's how police should be for years. Also everyone should watch The Wire. It's an eye-opening look at how the police behave in the real world.
John Lindquist
John Lindquist Month ago
Watch Live PD for 5 episodes and see how hard it is. The biggest problem is combative civilians and MM telling them resisting is okay.
Thermal Chill
Thermal Chill Month ago
If government didn't wanted them to act like criminals, they wouldn't and till there is an all out war on cops, nothing will change but only will get worse .
Sasidhar Reddy
Sasidhar Reddy Month ago
Bang I did it before you
Jhansy Sudevi
Jhansy Sudevi Month ago
There's gotta be a better place to live, fk this dumb ass country.
jauxro
jauxro Month ago
I've heard good things about Norway and New Zealand
Jhansy Sudevi
Jhansy Sudevi Month ago
In case we needed new reasons to hate cops
Zach Westerfield
My only issue with your conclusions is that as long as the police in general protect bad cops it is perfectly reasonable to be anti-cop in general.
No One
No One Month ago
*I love The Patriot Act!* Thanks for *no ads* and all the articulate, detailed, informative videos with factual accounts of what's going on in this world!
Zephyri LaBelle
Zephyri LaBelle Month ago
I don't know if this has come up, but if part of the problem is Prosecutors? Why not just bring them from areas where those sets of police officers have no influence? Like if a cop has done something in say Northern California, bring one from Southern California where they would have no reasonable correlation with that division? Or have prosecutors who only deal with police cases and don't deal with other forms of cases. Just a suggestion but it may help with the conflict of interest.
Arwa neutral
Arwa neutral Month ago
Oh wow we hv our own version of US cops.... Music cue enter UP and Delhi police...
Funky Babazozo
Funky Babazozo Month ago
Exactly why I celebrate every cop death as karmic justice.
Sharaya Smith
Sharaya Smith Month ago
Major shout-out for this episode!
Obviously True
Obviously True Month ago
Living in a shitty country + too many guns = American death culture. It ain't rocket science.
Peter Paj
Peter Paj Month ago
He raises interesting points, and the tragic consequences of poor judgment, mistakes, unpreparedness, ineptitude, and malice on the part of some police decisions do indeed reverberate throughout the communities affected by them. And the families are traumatized in ways that are irreparable. But, as per usual, Hasan's tendentious portrayal of the overall issues as stake is emblematic of the arrogance and ignorance of SJWs, who ostensibly portray themselves as sophisticated, crusading intellectuals. Yet, they fail to see the embarrassing impotence of presenting arguments that ignore the broader context of the problem, and instead of searching for plausible solutions to the problems that occur in the day-to-day policing of our communities, he claims to have divined a deeply-ingrained, intractable structural deficiency within our social institutions. Not only is his case weak, he employs the sort of sanctimonious sophistry that has resulted in liberals crying in our lattes on the first Wednesday of every fourth November, and whinging with indignant fury until the next election. He ignores the fact that cops are not paid well and are feared, disliked, and even hated by the majority of people they encounter. They DO have to be in a state of constant vigilance, sadly. And even good cops can make mistakes that forever change the lives of the communities they serve, as well as their own and that of their families.
Mind Over Matter Lifestyle
This needs the same amount of shares on Facebook as it has views on USvid
Kyle
Kyle Month ago
How does this not violate the 14th amendment right to equal protection under the law?
Anonym
Anonym Month ago
Well, even as somebody who doesnt live in america I think this is a rather difficult topic. As soon as you let police officers get charged for using their guns they will start to think about using their guns which, especially in america, will most certainly lead to police officers getting killed more often. The police killing people is just a symptom, the fact that you can buy guns pretty much everywhere is the main problem. It's not unreasonable to train your police to shoot as soon as they feel threatened in a country where pretty much everybody can pull a gun on you anytime.
Linus Testicle Tips
Linus Testicle Tips 2 months ago
i hope you make an episode on Kashmir unless you are afraid of modi and BJP like rest of indian muslims ?
2 months ago
"Killing isn't that big of a deal" so many evils on this planet! F*ck old man.
Tamia Luster
Tamia Luster 2 months ago
Why hasn't anyone else ever talked about this?
Bubby Rink
Bubby Rink 2 months ago
Wow cops are fucked up
Ican FeeLIt
Ican FeeLIt 2 months ago
If one cop shoots in the leg or something someone by mistake and u win a case against him all the murderers will be able to sue cops. Don't trust this guy. He wants drug pimps to rule the country
BALD CAT
BALD CAT Month ago
@Ican FeeLIt um now what ur saying is if some guy gets shot in the leg and sues the cop rightfully for harming him is wrong cuz now the cop cant help people well the issue what ur saying is a cop can shoot a criminal yes if it was deemed as necessary but he cant shoot an innocent person and get away with it
Ican FeeLIt
Ican FeeLIt Month ago
@BALD CAT well now how he gonna do that if he is afraid that the criminal is going to sue him?
BALD CAT
BALD CAT 2 months ago
ey the cop mistakenly shot a gun in the leg he should get punished his job is to keep citizens safe not hurt them at least have a good argument
humpapa
humpapa 2 months ago
lulz... do about porn...
tiyenin
tiyenin 2 months ago
"That's like if Michael Vick's favorite movie was Air Bud. Why would he like that movie? It's about basketball!"
William Sikora
William Sikora 2 months ago
In the last five years I'm gonna guess that unwarranted policemen killings have gone down do to all the protest and hype. How many homicides happened in that same five years in those respected cities? Chicago had like 3 people maybe, Baltimore had like 4 and St.Louis some how had added people I bet. So, take those guns away from the cops it's a no brainer. Cops are like bad or something!
dumb thicc wizard
dumb thicc wizard 2 months ago
I'm anti cop sorry The bad cops are employed and many because of the bad system
ronak narkhede
ronak narkhede 2 months ago
Anti cop? Are you dumb the country will be in shambles.
Stefan C
Stefan C 2 months ago
I agree with the points of the video but Dyson is an imbecile & a racist, Exhibit A: usvid.net/video/video-chP_xFklSjQ.html Maybe not the best example when trying to make a point about racism.
Lowes Brown
Lowes Brown 2 months ago
I just realised calibre press is the same organization that made surviving edged weapons which was featured on redlettermedia's best of the worst series. Wow they are some fucked up people.
Shady treetops
Shady treetops 2 months ago
5:07 alright so I missed this the first time watching this but wth kind of attitude does he imply when saying that action is faster than reaction with so much conviction? Frankly I think this entire video is pretty disturbing--- important to know and nicely packaged but quite scary all in all
Japonesa
Japonesa 2 months ago
Coworkers, just like everyone working at the DMV Judges and the PD.... #iloveny
Hugh LaRoche
Hugh LaRoche 2 months ago
Thank you!!!!
Ransored
Ransored 2 months ago
Lmao that john wick joke at 10:25 was amazing
pixelmato
pixelmato 2 months ago
ACAB
Doodelay
Doodelay 2 months ago
So the murders of black people by police is usually racially motivated plus bad training, but their acquittal is a systemic issue? That's my takeaway here
Zayboy108
Zayboy108 2 months ago
I feel like that ratio between training with violence vs deescalation is due to the war on drugs that happened
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