Friday, August 17, 2007

Today's delightful story begins with a peaceful protest by 30-40 restaurant workers in Boston. Please note exhibit A -- the photograph depicting two police officers perched on top of one of the female workers involved in the march -- and note specifically the awkward angle at which the victim's left leg is bent.

With this delightful and senseless destruction of a human leg in mind, let's recap how we got here. 30-40 workers went on a march in Boston to register their displeasure with working conditions in the U.S. Although you and I might have thought such marching and vocal demonstration was permitted in America, you would be wrong. The police told marchers to move onto the sidewalk, an order that was obeyed. Once there, they were presumably easier to smash to pieces, and so the carnage began. Marchers were surrounded by squad cars, and police jumped out and began attacking the marchers. One particularly nasty result was this poor woman's leg. Call your politicians and let them know that police brutality is unacceptable.
More pictures below.

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