Justice Thomas has a tendency to sometimes be absolutely right and sometimes be absolutely wrong. Though often when he is absolutely wrong he says so.
In this case though he is absolutely right.
(I have also come to agree with Justice Thomas on the topic of free speech rights and burning crosses.)
"They require officers to intervene if their colleagues engage in excessive force — a demand inspired by the officers who stood by while Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin pressed a knee to Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes.
The bills also create an independent office to review the use of deadly force by police, make it easier to decertify police for bad acts, and require officers to use “reasonable care,” including exhausting de-escalation tactics, in carrying out their duties. The use of tear gas and car chases are restricted and it’s easier to sue officers when they inflict injury...."
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Tuesday signed a package of bills designed to bring more accountability to law enforcement in the state. The bills, among other things, ban choke holds and no-knock warrants.