The End is Near: A Sarah Braasch Story

 

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Possibly by the time you read this, my friend, Sarah Braasch will be before the Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission, pleading her case for the release of body camera video, from the Tale Police Department that she believes will exonerate her from any charges of racism that she has been accused of not only locally, by the Yale administration, but also nationally, as the story made nation-wide headlines in 2018. The story is already out there and I’m not going to go through the details, which I have assiduously researched. The question for this post is should Sarah have a right to have the  video from the Yale Police Department which Yale has denied her access for more than a year?

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Release The Krakken(A Sarah Braasch Story)

 

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Sometimes, the justice  system doesn’t work. We all know this, and for some reason have become so used to this fact that we are inured to it. It’s not that we don’t care, it’s just that we feel helpless. We have no say. We, those people who pay the taxes to support our local, state, and federal law enforcement, are ignored to an extent. What most people desire (at least those in my small circle) is for those that we pay to  administer justice, to do just that. But sometimes special interests intervene, not allowing the full arm of the law to be sustained.

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What Should be Done to Restore Free Speech For All on Campus?

 

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I’ve been following a discussion on Twitter concerning free speech. Not a lot, or in depth because I’m attempting to spend a lot less time on that platform that I used to, but a few minutes here, a few minutes there, during the day, I’ve noticed an extended dialogue on this very important topic in my mind. I didn’t peruse the thread as I normally would have, but I think I read enough, scrolling through, to get the gist of what was being said. MAybe not, but instead of participating there, I thought I may throw my two cents in here.

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