Killer cops.

Was it by accident. Was it by rage; or fear and a quick draw, or was it by pure unequivocal hate; these are the many questions drawn when a cop (mainly white) kills an unarmed civilian (mainly black) which at times seems - as if - no deadly threat against the cop would have been the outcome if the cop wielding the licenced gun, opened fire, killing the black boy, girl, or child.

Its very easy to call out 'killer cop,' very easy to blame the man who is still alive. But what if the deceased man deserved it. What if not having a gun could have left the officer of the law, dead, now a victim of crime, and a victim of not arming themselves in order to protect and serve, at end, the community as a whole.

Death is a clever fellow... At end winning the lives of humans in many a way, leaving the people who are still alive battling to find questions as to why so many people die in so many ways, some of which are by the firearm of the people sworn to protect lives and not just colour, race, and a selected few all over the world.


@cliveshome - The worlds Bankable poet.