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Welcome to the new web site of the Detroit Coalition Against Police Brutality. This blog went live just a couple of days ago and we hope to have more current content up soon. So, please come back.



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10 Responses to Welcome

  1. Brother WilliamX October 4, 2008 at 7:56 am #

    I am glad that this blog is up and running again.
    Its very important that citizens visit this blog
    that has been created to service them. We can
    not afford to allow NO LAW ENFORCEMENT agency
    to walk over citizens like they are rugs.

    About 10 minutes ago I wrote a e-mail directly to
    Brother Scott. Regarding a recent article concerning
    a brutality case in the Northeast District (11th), and
    I am concerned about the contents of the article that
    makes me wonder where does the new Mayor stands on Police Brutality.

    I am glad to be the first one to post on this new blog
    site edition. ” Black Power ” Brother WilliamX

  2. Anonymous October 9, 2008 at 5:02 am #

    Hey, where’s this new content you were talking about last July. Have police brutality in Detroit stopped?

  3. Resident Of Detroit November 24, 2008 at 12:35 pm #

    Ron Scott.
    Your over inflated ego has hit a new low. Ive been following your libel and slanderous ways throughout the last year and Im here to inform you, you are beeing monitored by the monitors. You will be held accountable for you uneductaed an ignorant comments mad on your radio show and the FCC has been notified. I love our DPD and believe thet have the hardest occupation in the nation and people like you do nothing but make yourselves look foolish. I will assume in the near future you will be served with civil papers and hauled into court to explain and defend yourself in a defamation lawsiut and I will be there.
    Oh yeah, the dpd Is getting tasers, its just a matter of time. So keep going to the BOPC meeting and keeping running your jib, because your own mouth will be your downfall.

  4. Teri February 14, 2009 at 7:55 pm #

    How naive you are, “Resident of Detroit”, to think that we should not question the actions of police. Yes, they have a difficult job but it is also a job that carries power that is often abused. People (I guess such as myself according to you) look foolish? Why would anyone or any organization that asks for full accountability by the police department look foolish? Are you really that totally trustful of any police department? Now, THAT sounds foolish.

    Perhaps you need a personal experience to enlighten you. Maybe a member of your family who trusted a cop (aren’t we all taught to do so?) and ends up dead might help. Maybe you should experience being told by the cops during the death investigation that if you continue to “harrass” them (uh, that would be persistent inquiries as to status and findings) that systematically, your entire family would suddenly find themselves in jail.

    You’re happy about police officers getting taser guns? Have you read up on them and the (more than you want to know) times of mis-use? You advocate “monitoring by the monitors”? So in summary, we should all be obedient little lambs, give away our civil rights and let police rule without accountability?

    Your mouth is not likely to be your down fall, more than likely it will be your gullibility.

  5. Pear Barkley March 12, 2009 at 10:32 am #

    My name is Pearl Barkley and currently I am a member of MAAP (Mothers Against Police Brutality). We are located in East Harlem NY. As everyone should be aware, police brutality is a national problem that must be addressed. I am seeking information on any form of legislation that has been introduced on a federal, state, or city level which imposes some strictures on police officers who have been found to be brutal, murderous, or abusive. My phone number is 212-410-4209.
    Thank You

  6. allliecat May 4, 2010 at 8:26 am #

    How I wish that all the energy you are all putting into stopping ‘police brutality” would be directed into trying to stop black-on-black gang brutality. Please check your statistics.The police are not killing us. We are killing ourselves.

  7. Mary May 4, 2010 at 4:04 pm #

    What about the brutality AGAINST police officers that takes place on a daily basis all across this nation? What do you do about the brutality that is exacted against these americans? What are you doing to promote growing relationships with officers in your area or are you just protesting them dealing with people who refuse to take responsibility for their actions? Here’s an idea: don’t break the law and the cops wont have to deal with you. Act appropriately when dealing with cops. And here is the whopper: teach children to be responsible for their actions instead of blaming someone else for what happens to them when they act like idiots or animals. These are just a few ideas for you and your organization to work on over the next year. Help society by teaching responsible behavior.

  8. jbullock May 18, 2010 at 10:03 pm #

    the detroit police is out of control. my children can’t stand on our block without getting pulled over and being harassed . i would like to know what can i do for my neighborhood .

  9. Mrs. Marrero December 16, 2010 at 3:51 pm #

    well orginaly from detroit mi but resident of houston tx.
    i can even get a seat in houston tx.

  10. B. Washington-El October 17, 2011 at 2:20 am #

    I couldn’t agree more Terri! YOUR COMMENTS MIRROR MINE. I have a friend who was told something similar during the death investigation of her son who was killed at age 20 by off-duty Officer Matthew Zani in November, 2010. Officer Zanni was previously on trial for falsifying records and police brutality. I believe he was acquitted. His story in my friend’s case (HE WAS SHOT 29 TIMES) was he was defending himself because the unarmed young man was supposedly trying to rob him (dead men tell no tales). This is only one instance where the police literally get away with muder. The city is in fiscal trouble because of police brutality and wrongful death suits. People like “Resident of Detroit” are part of the problem and not the solution.

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