of course it should be allowed. police are to act in theinterest of the safety of the public along with enforcing law. they don't remove ppl because some politician says so. they make decisions ba<x>sed on their best judgment of the situation and whether a law is broken or not. of course mistakes happen. then you have the media who serves no one but themselves or whatever agenda the owner has. half the time the media makes the situations look bad on the police and conveniently leave out parts of the clips. then you have the idiots who watch it and take the situation only as it has been shown to them and not in unbiased ob<x>jective perspective. sometimes the outsider looking in, will immediately think of the negative instances in which police may find themselves whether those police men have been absolved of any wrong doing. they'll never be able to recall non violent protests because that's not an event that newscasters would broadcast. but youll still have idiots saying things like, americans react on instinct, rather than experience, or a retard that thinks you need police to protect the protesters which is completely idiotic since they do when it comes to black panthers, kkk, westboro Baptist and other groups of their ilk. due to the lack of ob<x>jectivity most of these idiots have, its nearly impossible for them to see the police as a force of good rather than the long arm of big brother. it may come to that one day. but right now their fathers, mothers, sons and daughters who serve their homes by protecting the people in them and around them.
My opinion :differences are inevitable. Sometimes America acts on instinct rather than priority
I think there should be better defenses for protestors if they have a right to protest and police are got to still force them then I believe they too should have a counter force that helps them continue to protest...
You are free to do as we tell you