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Research Position – fromcasablanca

Who Wins the Battle? Every day we are locked in a battle with our own law enforcement. The same cops that promise to provide public safety, peace and support by providing assistance during emergencies, crisis and life threatening situations has now … Continue reading

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Reflective–fromcasablanca

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. I have not been the most effective and confident writer. Typically, when I wrote … Continue reading

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Bibliography – fromcasablanca

1.  Segan, Sascha. “What Is Excessive Force?” ABC News. ABC News Network. Web. 23 Nov. 2015. Background: This article discusses and defines the term excessive force and how it holds different meanings in various jurisdictions. It also focuses on how often … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Rewrite – fromcasablanca

“I Can’t Breathe!” It is likely that police officers will say they used excessive force on suspects because of the attempt to resist arrest and putting the officers in danger. This could be done by fleeing when arrested, life-threatening remarks, … Continue reading

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A11: Causal Rewrite- fromcasablanca

Police Brutality Goes Beyond Just Murder Cases Growing up I remember all of my friends wanting to become police officers because they prevented crime and had a reputation for keeping everyone safe. They are always dressed in neat uniforms, on … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric Rewrite – fromcasablanca

0:04 – You witness a bunch of Caucasian kids on a school bus. The sun is out so the children could be on their way to school or on their way home from school. All of the children are wearing casual … Continue reading

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