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Here is the link for the radio show for the 13th September 2014: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/matrixfile ... on-berkley
I will go over last weeks nuggets of gold before getting into this weeks show.
Today I have Carlton Berkley, an ex-New York Police Detective, as a guest on the first hour of the show.
I came across Carlton's YouTube video where he tells the young people in the audience never to speak to a cop. That intrigued me and I found myself liking the matter-of-fact way in which Carlton talked to his audience.
I have a great distrust of police officers (or policy enforcers as I have come to learn that this is what they are) in America due to my own experiences and found it refreshing to hear Carlton talk. I endeavored to invite Carlton on to the show in my segments on Law and after a bit of digging eventually talked to him and invited him on to which he agreed.
So please join me in what I feel is going to be a very informative and interesting show.
Nuggets of Gold
- There were two types of policing; one for the rich folk and one for the poor neighborhoods.
- If you didn't get with the program (behave the way they wanted you to behave - treat the pubic as the enemy or as us and them attitude) you would be considered an enemy of the police dept.
- Police academy was like military bootcamp.
- As a public servant you're supposed to treat the public with dignity and respect.
- When questions are being asked of you by a police officer, you are being interrogated or interviewed so you must not answer any questions.
- The statement you say to a question from an officer is: "Officer am I under arrest?"
- Quotas are illegal. HOWEVER there is a quota system that is never admitted to.
Ex-NY Police Detective Carlton Berkley talking to a young group of people