SC Stops Brutality

PUBLISHED: 1:32 PM 14 Jul 2020
UPDATED: 5:34 PM 14 Jul 2020

SC Supreme Court Actually Does Something To Stop Police Brutality, Media Silent

They don’t want this because it will actually work to lower unwarranted deaths.

This move alone will reduce the number of unwarranted killings. (Source: University of South Carolina YouTube Screenshot)

In Columbia, South Carolina, the state Supreme Court has actually done something major that will help end police brutality… but their action is NOT want the left wants.

The court has ordered all judges to stop issuing “no knock” warrants in the state, placing a temporary hold on the barbarous and unconstitutional practice.

WMBF News reported:

The announcement, signed by Chief Justice Donald W. Beatty on Friday, said circuit and summary judges cannot sign off on the warrants until they receive further instruction from the state’s judicial branch on how to issue the warrants.

“A recent survey of magistrates revealed that most do not understand the gravity of no-knock warrants and do not discern the heightened requirements for issuing a no-knock warrant,” the order reads. “It further appears that no-knock search warrants are routinely issued upon request without further inquiry.”

The court acknowledged the dangers that executing such warrants can pose to both members of the public and to law enforcement. Law enforcement officers seek “no-knock” warrants from judges that allow them to enter homes and other buildings without announcing their presence prior to entry. Many police departments across the country have used them to serve people accused of drug crimes.

“No-knock” warrants have come under scrutiny nationwide following the death in March of Breonna Taylor, a woman fatally shot in her home by Louisville, Kentucky, police officers who had secured such a warrant.

Protesters against police brutality and racial injustice in South Carolina have called for ending the practice, one of a set of demands presented to lawmakers in June.

The move is one that will actually help end ‘police brutality,’ and an increasing number of fatalities. But, it hasn’t made any mainstream media outlets for the simple reason that it will work… and because the left in the country doesn’t want this sort of solution. They want more unwarranted searches and seizures, many experts claim.