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A Case For Cops: Understanding Racial Vs Criminal Profiling, Excessive Vs Justified Force, & Why Cops Aren’t Well Prepared for a Fight

Prison Diary | Week 2 – You Have to Die to Be Reborn Iron Crew Podcast

In the Prison Diary episodes, I read each one of my daily journal entries while incarcerated. Each journal entry has inspiring self growth lessons that can be applied to all areas of life. No matter what you are struggling with, just know we are all fighting similar battles. In this episode, I talk about how in order to grow into a stronger, better person you must kill the person you currently are. This isn’t easy, and takes a tremendous amount of brutal honesty, introspection, and vulnerability. I also talk about my exercise routine, a detailed breakdown of the food in county jail, and why nobody has the right to judge anybody. Remember to subscribe to this podcast, leave a rating, and a review! Also share this episode with friends, family, and on your social media! Check out my Fitness Programs Work with me 1 on 1 Website – ironcrewathletics.com YouTube – Iron Crew Athletics Email – danny@ironcrewathletics.com Subscribe to the BLOG Music provided by Kung Fu Vampire. Cover photography by A2BeMedia.
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Ever wonder why cops seem to be able to legally pull over anyone they want? What is the line between justified use of force and police brutality? Why do cops always seem to lack street fighting skills?

There’s two sides to every story, and much of what law enforcement does is misunderstood by the general public. Danny sheds light on why cops behave the way they do, pulling from first hand experience during his 10 year career as a cop.

The truth is, an overwhelming majority of police conduct is warranted & legal. Often times what the public views as unnecessary and excessive, is actually justified and appropriate. This episode will help the public understand why cops behave the way they do.

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