Bob Plain is the editor/publisher of Rhode Island's Future. Previously, he's worked as a reporter for several different news organizations both in Rhode Island and across the country.

2 responses to “Q&A: Steven Pare on Joseph Santos, deadly use of force by police officers”

  1. leftyrite

    Steve Pare, you’re alright.

    One can respect, and situationally, admire the role

    that you play.

    Twenty-twenty hindsight can never solve anything.

    You, and the good police, work extra hard, and, in doing so,

    bring honor to the force.

    We need more honor; less racial animosity and hatred.

    We need more honor; less brutal racist treatment.

    Here’s a parable for you.

    You might know this one:

    A seventeen year-old writes a ruth on a coffee cup.

    She is expelled from the Dunkin force.

    The story circulates throughout Rhode Island.

    The force in East Providence tries to recruit the Complainer

    as their Chief.

    Oops. Made ya look.

    Gotcha fair and square; no hard feelings.

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  2. leftyrite

    a truth on a coffee cup.

    no big deal; no foundational error. Right?

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