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FBI Admits Many Police Officers REALLY Are Racists



Are police officers racist? Depending on who you ask, you will get very different answers. But now the FBI has weighed in, and the answer they gave may surprise a lot of people.
In an unusually blunt admission, FBI Director James B. Comey addressed what he called the “hard truths” about policing. He openly acknowledged the racial bias that exists among police officers across the nation.
Director Comey said, with serious dismay, that there is a “disconnect” between police and non-white communities.


“We are at a crossroads,” Comey explained. “As a society, we can choose to live our lives every day, raising our families, going to work and hoping someone, somewhere will do something to ease the tension, to smooth over the conflict… Or we can choose instead to have an open and honest discussion about what our relationship is today.”
Comey was addressing students at Georgetown University. His words might not have made waves if they had come out of anyone else’s mouth. But they were remarkably honest, coming from the director of the FBI.
Comey added that law enforcement officers “often work in environments where a hugely disproportionate percentage of street crime is committed by young men of color.”
“Something happens to people of goodwill working in that environment. After years of police work, officers often can’t help but be influenced by the cynicism they feel.”


He further noted that whether an officer is “white or black,” they have a different reaction to two young African American men on street than they do to two white men.
Why? Comey said it is because the African Americans on the street “look like so many others the officer has locked up.”
He further cited the song “Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist” which coems from the Broadway musical “Avenue Q” – a song which suggests that everyone makes racial judgments. Comey says it would be ridiculous to believe that police officers do not.

“Look around and you will find,” Comey quoting, “no one’s really colorblind.”
“Much of our history is not pretty,” Comey added. “At many points in American history, law enforcement enforced the status quo, a status quo that was often brutally unfair to disfavored groups.”
Comey explained that police officers must learn from this “inheritance.”
“Many people in our white-majority culture have unconscious racial biases and react differently to a white face than a black face,” Comey continued.
“We simply must find a way to see each other more clearly… It is hard to hate up close.”
The complete text from Director Comey’s speech can be found at the
FBI website.

Watch the video excerpt via the Washington Post below:




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Absent cameras this would be yet another life destroyed by a lying cop who falsely claimed the an innocent man pointed a gun at him. This behavior is one of my biggest fears. I am always apprehensive of police officers in isolated areas. Many Americans treat them as bastions of the community. We all say or want to believe that it is a small number of officers that are corrupt. Of course, we cannot prove that.

I am not a police basher. In fact, a few months back I had an encounter with an officer that was the best one I had ever had even though I must admit to always apprehensive by encounters with all cops. I wrote a blog post about it, and the police officer got a commendation for said contact.

The incident in the video is scary. A man parking his pickup truck at a convenient store was in a hurry to use the restroom. He came close to another pickup truck leaving the convenience store. An off-duty police officer drove the other truck. The man had his gun in his door pocket, and it fell out. He immediately put the gun back into the pickup truck. The cop guns a blazing confronted the driver of the pickup truck and seem to order his hands up. He appears to tell him to lie down on the ground. The man followed all of the officer’s requests. The off-duty police officer called for backup and claimed that the driver pointed a gun at him twice.




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Five Cops Plead Guilty To Murdering Black People After Hurricane Katrina
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Apr 20, 2016

In America police who murder Black people are given little to no punishment.

AFRICANGLOBE – Five former police officers pleaded guilty Wednesday to a reduced number of charges in the deadly shootings on the Danziger Bridge in the days following Hurricane Katrina and are expected to be sentenced to far less prison time than they originally faced.
The officers were convicted in 2011 but U.S. District Judge Kurt Engelhardt set aside the jury’s verdict two years later because of alleged misconduct by federal prosecutors — including anonymous online comments about the case.
Four of the former officers have been locked up for nearly six years while the fifth has been out on bond. Their original convictions called for them to serve anywhere from 65 years to six years in prison. The plea deal has them serving a range of 12 to three years.


On Sept. 4, 2005, days after the levees failed and water swamped the city, police murdered 17-year-old James Brissette and 40-year-old Ronald Madison, who were both unarmed, and wounded four others on the Danziger Bridge. To cover it up, the officers planted a gun, fabricated witnesses and falsified reports, prosecutors have said.
Police said at the time the officers were responding to a report of other officers down when they came under fire.
However, after hearing from five dozen witnesses and examining 400 pieces of evidence during a monthlong trial, a federal jury convicted the officers for opening fire and trying to cover up wrongdoing.
Former officer Robert Faulcon was sentenced to 65 years in prison; ex-Sgts. Kenneth Bowen and Robert Gisevius each received 40 years; Anthony Villavaso got 38 years; and Arthur Kaufman, now out on bond, received a six-year sentence.
Under the new plea agreement, they will get credit for time served and they could be released from prison anywhere from the next one to six years.

A scandal involving Justice Department employees unraveled the convictions and sentences. In September 2013, the judge said the case had been tainted by “grotesque prosecutorial misconduct,” including leaks to media and posting of anonymous comments by at least three government attorneys on a New Orleans newspaper’s website.
Prosecutors have argued that there is no evidence the misconduct affected the verdict.





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