After a video emerged of a Broward County, Florida, police officer slamming a black teenager’s head into the ground, and then punching him. Golden State Warriors Steve Kerr seemed to blame the entire country for the incident. “What the hell is wrong with our country? This is insane yet routine. So demoralizing.” tweeted Kerr on April 20.Officer Christopher Krickovich, seen in the video, has been placed on “restricted administrative assignment” and was ordered to surrender his gun and badge while the incident is investigated. Krickovich and other officers were responding to a fight in Tamarac, FL. Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James responded to Kerr on Twitter by tweeting, “So wrong!! Hurts me to my soul!! To think that could be my sons. Scary times man.” Some of Kerr’s Twitter followers seemed to take issue with him making this into a national problem. @TBane25 tweeted at Kerr and NFL Network’s Mike Silver: “It is brutality. No question. But it’s the exception not the rule. No question. Most cops aren’t like this. It’s intellectually unjust and misleading to label this act as commonplace in the USA.” @PNWhusker tweeted at Kerr: “I agree. It’s awful but it’s those two or three idiots that did… Read full this story
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