Jacob seems to believe that this statement closes the case. That people, including police officers, cannot act contrary to this statement. I believe they do not necessarily need to make racist assumptions based on what they read or hear. to make choices in their every day life.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:
Amusing choice of metaphor.I feel like someone here doesn't want to stand in line with other villagers, passing the buckets of water, because their house isn't on fire right now.
They're freeing or arresting someone inside?I am sure there is a perfectly reasonable explanation for this
Murder has not been established yet although it looks likely. Charlotte police were not involved in the original incident. Run by black people they are among the most benevolent anywhere. They will act to prevent looting and destruction of private property.it's almost like the murder of george floyd is a symptom of larger systemic issues that are pervasive throughout the entire country and that protesting them in the entire country is justified as a result.