I have and have been involved with third world “policing” as an ISAF advisor.
He is not wrong. However there is another component he misses where the police in the US cities are a detached, alien force whereas in other areas(to include rural US) police are a part of the social fabric and local politics in an area. Everyone is going to know the cops indirectly in that circumstance which means many things become conversations instead of fights
Absolutely and I don't disagree. However, in the context of Floyd...etc.