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Officer Fields to Internet Activists: You’re Part of the Problem


Like many of us, Officer Billy Ray Fields hasn’t “seen nor heard the media display [any] condolences to the families that lost loved ones from the hands of a cop” – and on behalf of those officers and media companies, Officer Fields offers his condolences to each and every one of them. “As a branch connected to those trees, I want to say I’m truly sorry for your losses. The Martin, the Gray, the Hammond, the Brown, the Daniels, the Bland, the Garner, the Rice, the Scott and plenty more families. I’m sorry that there’s a lack of training that needs to be taking place in these departments.”

In his latest video, the pro-peace Georgia officer addresses both the cops and citizens who are destroying Black communities. “We’re in a state of mind where everybody wants to say ‘f the police’ now. And no disrespect to N.W.A. because the things they went through in that era was a disgrace to human life. So saying ‘f the police’ was needed, and I understand, but it seems like history is repeating itself.”

Officer Fields also directs his attention to the “social media activists” of the world, like Mysonne and T.I. have done in recent weeks. “If you think making this a trending topic is going to solve the issues we have, then you’re part of the problem, too,” he firmly states.

Listen as Officer Billy Ray Fields details his plans for change above.

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