Zimbabweans breathe fire after seeing these cops who locked up toddlers, please help identify them.
By News.world | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 665 views
Members of the public are urged to help Identify the Police Officers who locked up these children, police in Zimbabwe are known to be brutal but this is just to beyond. How can they lock up young children there even worse the toddlers, this is just too traumatic for the children and to even see that they are seeing nothing wrong with their actions is just not normal.
Police in Zimbabwe need to be taught a lesson so that they can stop being brutal to the citizens, the problem is the fact that the government also allows such behavior and lets it slip even though they can see that it is not right. No matter what these young kids did, they do not deserve to be locked in that cage like animals...is it because they are not wearing masks? Couldn’t they send them to their homes or arrest the parents instead, because as a parent...your child is your responsibility.
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