Black Men and Police:
Seven things to know if stopped by police.
By Allan Moorer
For some Black men and women, a stop by police is the most
traumatic experience of their life. No matter your health, condition, or
professional level, you may experience handling with extreme prejudice. No pun
When stopped routinely for a traffic infraction once you
have pulled over follow instructions, but do:
1) Turn off your vehicle
2) Turn on your dome lights (if night time)
3) Have your license ready
I am seeking knowledge on this subject and because I know my own shortcomings, it strikes me that a lack of spiritual power can certainly give rise to a sense of physical weakness-manifesting for some, not all, in the need to use and acquire assault weapons; not just firearms.
It seems that if individuals would find their spiritual grounding then the fear, mental paralysis, and confusion bringing about the inclination to acquire an assault weapon and ultimately leading to tragedy would be mitigated. Further, the need for materialistic, and other compensations to use firearms on any individuals in society would not have taken the statistical turn which it has in recent years.