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I talk to my sons about Police Violence – Shaquielle O’Neal

NBA icon Shaquielle O’Neal also called “Big Shaq” in an interview on June 2 with Jimmy Kimmel said he has a talk with his sons all the time concerning police violence to psyche him about the system of governance in America. 

He said, first of all, he told them to try and diffuse the situation or show respect as the police are also doing their job but when things go rough they should just comply and not say or do anything.

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He also criticised the actions of the police against George Floyd, which he referred to as absolutely a wrong decision the police took.

“It was all the way wrong. Absolutely wrong, uncalled for. I’ve never seen that technique taught… Everybody’s upset. Everybody’s tired. We demand justice … they try to appease us by arresting one guy, but it was four officers out there, people are just sick and tired.”…..he said.
Watch the interview below by clicking on the link below;

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