Well come on these people bring it on themselves. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77655872
You be a cop in the hood then you can judge.
There is an animosity between blacks and
law enforcement that starts in the cradle.
Then experience reinforces that animosity.
I grew up outside Baltimore in a glistening
white suburb, but went to Baltimore Polytechnic
Institute in the city.
We were taught to treat the blacks with
respect, but keep your distance.
That suspicion played out in the newspapers,
as blacks seemed to account for the major
crimes. And this is when Baltimore was a
WHITE CITY! This was WAY before America went
down the drain, drugs and violence-wise.
Fast forward to the eighties. A brother
of mine worked at the Main P.O. in downtown
Baltimore, and he said, every night sounded
like the shoot-out at the OK Corral outside.
Today I can't imagine what it's like.
How or IF this situation can ever be reversed
is a question for wiser men than I.