Police Brutality Too Common in the US?
Professor Aziz is interviewed on Russia Today about the increasing use of force by the police against political protestors in the Occupy Movement.
In 2011, Time magazine named "The Protester" the person of the year. During those 12 months, however, police brutality seems to have become incredibly common place in America, and sadly the target all too often is the protester. From pepper spray to Tasers and even flash grenades, it seems that cops are acting more and more aggressive towards the non-violent. Sahar Aziz, professor of law at Texas Wesleyan University, joins us with her take on the rising trend.
To watch the interview click HERE.