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China, we have many problems.

Discussion in 'Constitutional Law & Civil Rights' started by army judge, Dec 2, 2019.

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    The police in China appear to have powers that exceed the police powers available to US police forces.

    Chinese police, it could be said, possess SUPER POLICE POWERS.

    China: Man Interrogated For Criticizing Police on Social Media
    A video out of China shows a man being called in and interrogated by authorities for the crime of criticizing the police on social media.

    The photo posted shows a man handcuffed to a metal chair as he is asked personal questions.

    “Why did you complain about police on QQ and WeChat?” police ask the man.

    He is then grilled about his screen name and activity in a group chat on the WeChat platform.

    China: Man Interrogated For Criticizing Police on Social Media
    A video out of China shows a man being called in and interrogated by authorities for the crime of criticizing the police on social media.

    The clip shows the man handcuffed to a metal chair as he is asked personal questions.

    “Why did you complain about police on QQ and WeChat?” police ask the man.

    “Why did you talk about the traffic police online…what’s wrong with police confiscating motorcycles?” he is then asked.

    The man attempts to come across as apologetic but is then asked again, “Why did you badmouth the police? Do you hate the police?”

    The man explains that he was drunk when he made the comments and is then asked to apologize to the police.

    “I’m so sorry, I’m wrong, I know, I know that now, please forgive me, I won’t do it again ever,” he states.

    Under China's "social credit score system", China punishes people who criticize the government, as well as numerous other behaviors, including;

    – Bad driving.
    – Smoking on trains.
    – Buying too many video games.
    – Buying too much junk food.
    – Buying too much alcohol.
    – Calling a friend who has a low credit score .
    – Having a friend online who has a low credit score.
    – Posting “fake news” online.
    – Visiting unauthorized websites.
    – Walking your dog without a leash.
    – Letting your dog bark too much.

    Stories like this should make every US citizen and legal resident take a few minutes to understand the freedoms we have, despite the issues we believe that plague us.

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    China: Man Interrogated For Criticizing Police on Social Media
     
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