the fact that he said this on national tv


June 25, 1967: The Beatles perform ‘All You Need Is Love’ on Our World, the world’s first live television satellite link-up to be seen by approximately 400 million people across five continents. The satellite link-up was devised by the BBC. Personalities, including Maria Callas and Pablo Picasso, from 19 nations performed in separate items from their respective countries. The event, which lasted two-and-a-half hours, had the largest television audience to date.

“Brian was very excited about the idea of the broadcast which led to ‘All You Need Is Love’. He came to me and said, ‘Look, there’s an international hook-up with all nations and the Beatles have been chosen to represent it. We’d be doing a live broadcast to 200, 300 million people in every part of the globe.’ In those days that was unbelievable, because television was very limited. So he was enormously excited about it, and very proud of the fact that the Beatles were leading the way. It was very good that it was a very successful broadcast.
Of course, Brian was using it as an opportunity. He was offered the broadcast and he took it, but he could see that the Beatles were going to become important artists without necessarily having to tour.”
— George Martin (The Brian Epstein Story by Debbie Geller)

Florida Cops Shoot And Kill Deaf Man For ‘Talking Too Loud’

The deaf man was sitting in his SUV with his windows rolled up when he was shot by police.

For now, police officer  Deputy Hernandez is under investigation for shooting  Edward P. Miller.

Darice Podgorski-Beneddix, 44, an employee at Fryer’s, reported to Daytona police officers that the elder Miller “was being rude and yelling at her.”

The elder Miller said he “may have been yelling due to him being hard of hearing however in no way was he trying to be rude.”

However, this fact was not noticed and the  only thing witnesses saw was a gun  younger Miller had. 

Officers determined  Miller had an up-to-date concealed weapons license to carry the gun, and it was returned to him.

Eye-witnesses tell us that Miller was shot while sitting inside an SUV. They add that the windows were in fact rolled up when the deputy opened fire.

Isn`t that what is supposed to be reported on national television and spread all over the country to prevent police brutality?