We seem to have forgotten police are not supposed to decide guilt or innocence
Police are not supposed to punish citizens
Police are not supposed to endanger or end the lives of citizens
Police are hired not elected and should be regarded as citizens despite some extra entrusted powers . When you can't fire them this breaks
There is a power with vested powers to do all 3. It's called a judge in a court
Separation of powers is also supposed to be a key Tennant to freedom and justice.
What we have set up in minnesota is more likely to generate a 4th Reich than maintain freedom for anyone.
The issue might hit some demographics harder but these things underlying ignored make any racial fix for police brutality worthless. Think building on a sand foundation.