Professor Michael Walters
English Composition I
Social Justice Paradox
The spiral corruption that continues with “bias, policing, the criminal justice system,civil right and social justice .” (Blow, Flashpoint Ferguson ). Crimes of police brutality a broken justice system, has failed to give the proper sentences of crimes motivated by racial and bias beliefs. This practice has continued to break hearts of families whom have been victimized by the corruption of the united states justice system.
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*Police [puhlees ] noun 1. Also called police force
. an organized civil force for maintaining order, preventing and detecting crime, and enforcing the laws.
2. (used with a plural verb) members of such a force: Several police are patrolling the neighborhood. 3. The regulation and control of a community, especially for the maintenance of public order, safety, health, morals, etc.
4. The department of the government concerned with this, especially with the maintenance of order. 5. Any body of people officially maintained or employed to keep order,enforce regulations, etc.
6. people who seek to regulate a specified activity, practice, etc.: The language police.
7. Military.the cleaning and keeping clean of a camp, post, station, etc. The condition of a camp, post, station, etc., with reference to cleanliness.verb (used with object) : policed, policing. 8. To regulate, control, or keep in order by or as if by means of police. 9. Military. to clean and keep clean (a camp, post, etc.)
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*Paradox a statement or proposition that, despite sound (or apparently sound) reasoning from acceptable premises, leads to a conclusion that seems senseless, logically unacceptable, or selfcontradictory.: "a potentially serious conflict between quantum mechanics and the general theory of relativity known as the information paradox". *L.L. Brasier, D. F.
. Detroit man says Inkster police beat him