Christ. No. I'm done trying to extract a god damn answer out of you.
Let's try again. Given that we're talking about how police forces SHOULD work, should cops have a duty to protect or not? And why?
Having those cops held responsible to a duty to protect would have helped.
And now that I have answered your question, stop evading mine.
Why shouldn't cops — to the best of their ability — act as general security in society?
If they shouldn't, where should security come from? Keep in mind the cops were keeping people from protecting their own children at Uvalde.
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