“An ABC News review of Justcie Department cases reveals that, in the last decade, more than 500 police and corrections officers have been convicted of abusing their authority to beat, maim or rape scores of citizens.”
At Hine, Bennett had been unsure of his sexual identity and was hurt by schoolmates who said he acted gay. When a teacher also said he acted gay, Bennett went into a rage and hit the teacher with the buckle of his belt. He was arrested and expelled from school. He never went back. And he vowed never to run from a bully. No tears. No fears. If attacked on the streets, he wouldn’t even call the police. He’d just find a way to get his revenge.
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