Web Extra: Why would innocent people run?

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Why would innocent people run?  University of Chicago law professor Craig Futterman explains why he ran as a kid.

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  • Fedup

    When we were kids we respected the police and didn’t want any contact with them. Not because we were doing anything wrong, but they were such an authority figure that it was best to avoid. We tried to avoid our parents for the same reason. When we ran he police didn’t shoot us because they knew why we were running. Today kids don’t run from the police in an innocent manner. They are all looking to do things and get away with them. They want to defy the police and fight with them all looking to be like that POS Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton and make money from it. They all have sheeny lawyers at their disposal, always ready to file suit and demand money for their bad behavior. That is why it is best that the police shoot them. We can pay now or we pay later, but the garbage in our midst will cost us as long as they are allowed to live.

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