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Sunday, April 12, 2015

 

Thousands dead few prosecuted

http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/investigative/2015/04/11/thousands-dead-few-prosecuted/?hpid=z1


Comments:
I have said it numerous times...RACISM is systemic!
In almost of the recent police killings, I am supportive of the police. But the one in South Carolina has me supporting the victim. There is no excuse for shooting someone, anyone, even an armed burglar in your house, in the back. To shoot him in the back means he was running away. If he was running away, he is no longer a threat to your life.

Of course if he stops, turns around, with or without a weapon in his hands, fire away, reload, fire again. Make sure you are the only one living to tell what happened. Even then, speak thru an attorney.
Assuming this discrepancy is correct, the adjusted yearly death tally would rise to 492 police killings per year, bringing the number of blacks killed by white police officers per year in the U.S. to 105.

Putting these figures in perspective then, for every black killed by a white police officer in the U.S. every year, there are about 71 blacks killed by other blacks.

Worse, if you take—on average—9,252 black-on-black murders every year for the past 35 years, you arrive at a staggering 323,820 blacks killed by other blacks on America’s mean streets in just three-and-a-half short decades.
Yep, only goes to show people that racism is being pursued closely doesn't it?
At the same token in the same period since 2005, 500,000 died in car accidents and 443,000 died of cancer. So, I guess it would be safe to say that the Cars and Cancer are RACIST also helping everyone claim racism too?    I'd say some comments are pretty much one sided...!
It's impossible to explain away RACISM. Diversion tactics don't work. Black on black crime will never equal the thousands of blacks that were hung, shot, boiled in oil, beat to death, worked to death and maimed. If that's not enough I have more...
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