- The Error of Racializing Police Killings
- Is Accountability Escalating Police Violence?
- Fight or Flight Instinct Complicates Compliance to Police Orders
- Welcome to Chillville, A Police-Free Community
- Justice for Autumn Steele
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A brief introduction.
Clear reasons to abolish the police and some starting queries into how to do it.
Authoritarians and activists both operate on a
fatal premise, which is that vengeance is justice.
The police are so bad that we would be better off without them.
We treat jails as though they are a normal, rational part of existence, when in fact they are an inhumane institution of torment designed to destroy the people inside of them and escalate criminal tendencies to fill more jails.
Every day I as a police abolitionist I received feedback from my audience
regarding the myth of accountability.
Straight up, I got nothing to do with that nonsense, and here is why…
The evolution from police accountability advocate to abolitionist is the only logical conclusion to come to for those who study the issues thoroughly.
Accountability is futile, so what kinds of people would persist in that false narrative?
A career in policing leads to some psychological side effects that fundamentally alter the reality of law enforcement officers in surprising and scary ways.
This is a collection of all of my writings and activist work in the case of a young mother in Burlington, Iowa – Autumn Steele – who was murdered by officer Jesse Hill.