Thanks Clyde, glad to be a of a positive forum.
Marched, protested and part of a suit
I don't consider that a suit.
I propose something more radical. Marching and protesting are played out.
How about forming study groups learning the law, function, and operation of government?
How about actually filing a suit in a county court against either the law enforcement officer or his department sans attorney?
If you don't think you can get a fair shake in a State court, there are always the federal courts by way of a Title 18 action.
This was over 30 years ago. That was radical stuff back then. Forming study groups wont stop the cops from putting their hands on you for gp.
This ain't 30 years ago. Come to the present. Things change.
One's tactics, strategies, and objectives MUST change with it.
Besides, marching and protesting only work as a group. What about the power and action of an individual or small group of individuals?
Study groups will assist those within the group to learn about the law and government so they can do for self instead of others doing to them for their benefit particularly with regard to legal and financial matters.
A person or persons filing a suit and successfully guiding it through the court forum for a win with a sizable payout on the department's part with that department as well as the jurisdiction learning that people know how to wage their own suits would change much for those people.
This is only part of an over all strategy. Learning and practicing jury nullification along with learning of all your powers as a voter will go a long way.
Let's not forget the financial part of government by way of a CAFR (Comprehensive Annual Financial Report).
To ACT can include a greater repertoire than merely marching and protesting like FILING A SUIT and prosecuting that suit yourself.