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“That policy is 800 years old, and the police still can’t get it together.”

“That policy is 800 years old, and the police still can’t get it together.”

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The perennial practice of police abuse

The Magna Carta, executed at Runnymede, England in 1215, was the precedent for the Bill of Rights and the right of judicial review that are so critical to Anglo-American jurisprudence. Yet protests against police violence in America continue 800 years later.