Police raid on a gay bar, nothing more than just discrimination

United States
October 29, 2011 11:18pm CST
Two years ago, there is a police action in Atlanta, they raided a gay bar, and cause turmoil at the night time, and arrested more than 20 patrons and service staffs in the bar. They use rude language to insult them and make them face down on the ground for an extended period of time, which violate the constitution. Such actions causes public protesting, and the metro police department promise to make further investigation into this matter. For 2 years, they now make an official apology to the public, and they dismissed the police sergeant who is in charge of this action recently. Overall, should we respect all people with their sexuality orientation? Such discrimination really violate the constitutional rights of people. Somehow, we should look into such matter, because we knew such actions might happen again.
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@inertia4 (27799)
• United States
30 Oct 11
Well, the police or anyone for that matter, should not discriminate against gay people, they are people to. We as humans all have the same rights. The police were totally wrong in this case. I know there is prejudice in the world and thats a shame. People should just be nice, because what goes around, comes around.