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We are speaking about Charlotte, NC, not Italy. Also, the current issue in Minneapolis is not about a white man dying in custody of a black officer. Your example is irrelevant.
I don't own the sheriff, although I did vote for him. Police probably do deal with language all the time, it's part of the human experience. I don't know what your personal history has been like but making assumptions about my experience based on your own experience is patently wrong.Cops of all colours are all but actively ordered to make racist assumptions every day. Something as seemingly innocuous as "we need to deal with the thugs in this town" is very implicitly racist, and the police deal with this kind of language all the time. It's practically impossible to avoid this as a police officer, even if you're the proud owner of one of these:
That's an old video I believe. Still, gives you the chills.Violence spreads
Also, why am I watching Trump at rallies during a pandemic? Talking about the good old days when police brutality was widely accepted.