antipolice

antipolice

(ˌæntɪpəˈliːs)
adj
opposed to or against the police
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Dela Rosa added that he wanted to amend laws that had 'antipolice' provisions, particularly the antiterrorism Human Security Act, which directs the police or other law enforcers to pay P500,000 per day of incarceration to a suspect who is acquitted of terrorism.
Peter Kirkham, a former senior police officer with the Met, said: "Your antipolice advertising campaign is an utter disgrace.
At the end of the day, police officers should be able to go home at night without fear of antipolice violent attacks.
The activist refused to leave the stage, and after several minutes of silence on the stage and after several audience exclamations--some antipolice and others disapproving of the interruption--two police officers escorted the person away.
Such practices don't aim at legal remediation against police violence, but instead seek to organize popular antipolice activity.
"What our family has stated many times both verbally and written is that we have never been and are still not antipolice," said Mr Service.
In 1989, the FBI demanded that the group stop performing an antipolice song but the group refused.
The most uplifting protest song from an album heavy on protest music, Lamar's anthem has been sung in antipolice brutality rallies nationwide.
"I was pushed by the police who even tore my shirt," claimed 82- year-old Vishambhar raising antipolice slogans.
Before this incident, I had drawn some antimilitary and antipolice cartoons that the police objected to, but nothing like this incident with the children's cartoon.
The Dagbladet article reminded readers that a few weeks earlier, several thousand had taken part in antipolice demonstrations in several Norwegian cities after the Obiora case was dropped.