Law Forum : blackman never guilty of a crime?

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mrron said:
This subject has changed from rather black men are ever guilty of crime, to law enforcement being primarily responsible for it......... We can't solve this problem until we accept responsibility for the community period.
that is why i posed the ? is blackman ever guilty of a crime? i know police are corrupt. i know white people are racist.
we all know these things. given that, is blackman ever guilty? will we ever enforce our own community?

my personal story: i came up hard. i didn't have the advantages. my father wasn't there. i had every excuse.
at a certain point i said to myself "i take responsibility for my own life, it's on me now".

is blackman going to take responsibility?
 

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Zacharias, where did you hear that? What box are referring to? Apparently you know very little about Law Enforcement officers. We are not required to be a member of any team or adhere to any rules other than those that are necessary for us to perform our jobs. We vote for any political candidate we chose, we can also challenge administrative policies. We have total freedom, but we must enforce the laws that the "public" pays us to enforce. I don't agree with every law on the books, but I don't deal with the black public per se, so I rarely even get involved with black criminals. Usually, when I encounter a black suspect, it's because there is an outstanding warrant for his or her arrest. That decision has already been made by a judge, nothing else I can do, but detain him.

There are also instances wherein a young black person is caught smuggling drugs into the country on a commercial airliner. This can be a male or female. In many such situations, these are college kids, not hardened criminals. I can usually release them to their parents with just a warning and/or maybe a fine. Most of the officers I work closely with are over the age of fourty, they have more understanding and compassion than the younger one's, who just want another case. Is race a factor, let's put it this way, I am always called in when the subjects are young black people, and I can do as I wish with them. I don't get called when they are white, unless I am directly involved in the apprehension. Do white kids get the slap on the wrist that I give the black kids? Hell No!

James, we both came up hard, and I made the same decision you did, that is, to take responsibility for myself. There are still many young black men out there who are taking responsibility, otherwise we'd have a problem ten times worst than what it is.
 

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mrron - you live in white suburbia - you "police" white areas: did you consider you're just excluded from this 'unspoken' code of conduct that law enforcement abides by? Certainly you are not denying it's existance?

Interesting that they calll you when Black perps come in.. it only reinforces my view of some serious racial issues Blacks have with law enforcement - and they role they play in the "criminal" devlopment of Black communities.
 

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Zulile, you got it backwards. I didn't say I lived in white suburbia, I said my area is predominantly white, like the USA is. My neighborhood is about fourty percent black, all professionals, that's what I worked hard for, a nice home in the burbs. Since I live in Delaware, that is the best any black man can hope for. But again, as I stated earlier, I am not a racist, so I get along fine with white people, they don't bother me at all. Don't make an issue of that, I marched in the sixties with Dr. King for equal rights, so now I am exercising my right to live wherever I chose.

I don't police anything in this area, as I said I am a federal law enforcement officer working out of the Phila. Int'l Airport, I am not a patrol officer, that's not what federal officers do. As to the issue of my being called in for these young black people involved in drug smuggling, isn't that what black nationalist want? They don't want the white man condemning their kids, isn't that what you want? Or would you rather have white man interrogating them, so you can accuse them of racism? Well since you have racism on the brain, I guess it doesn't work either way, go ahead and call me a racist to, if it makes you feel better.
 

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mrron - I'm not calling anyone racist here. nor do I have racism "on the brain". I do think, however, that your veiw that all is hunky dory in la-la land, and that the world is the Black man's oyster to do with as he pleases, is wrong. Just because the average white man isnt personally harming you, doesnt mean the systems in place no longer support his over our own. To assume this law enforcement system applies equally to all - is incorrect. impossible! To say that it's up to Blacks to get with the programme and stop blaming whites - I can agree to some extent - but it doesnt make them blameless.

I would want Blacks to be policed by Blacks - sure - but not while wearing the uniform and believing in the system of the initial oppressor.
 

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oh my. I just read your response to another thread where you claimed white supremacy was a myth - a rumour. hmmm.. I'm done here :D
 

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mrron said:
Zacharias, where did you hear that? What box are referring to? Apparently you know very little about Law Enforcement officers. We are not required to be a member of any team or adhere to any rules other than those that are necessary for us to perform our jobs. We vote for any political candidate we chose, we can also challenge administrative policies. We have total freedom, but we must enforce the laws that the "public" pays us to enforce. I don't agree with every law on the books, but I don't deal with the black public per se, so I rarely even get involved with black criminals. Usually, when I encounter a black suspect, it's because there is an outstanding warrant for his or her arrest. That decision has already been made by a judge, nothing else I can do, but detain him.

There are also instances wherein a young black person is caught smuggling drugs into the country on a commercial airliner. This can be a male or female. In many such situations, these are college kids, not hardened criminals. I can usually release them to their parents with just a warning and/or maybe a fine. Most of the officers I work closely with are over the age of fourty, they have more understanding and compassion than the younger one's, who just want another case. Is race a factor, let's put it this way, I am always called in when the subjects are young black people, and I can do as I wish with them. I don't get called when they are white, unless I am directly involved in the apprehension. Do white kids get the slap on the wrist that I give the black kids? Hell No!

James, we both came up hard, and I made the same decision you did, that is, to take responsibility for myself. There are still many young black men out there who are taking responsibility, otherwise we'd have a problem ten times worst than what it is.



You Know What code I'm Talking About . It call having each other back . You Can Talk All That TricKnowledge You Want . Your Not Fooling No One Here .
 

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Zulile said:
mrron - you live in white suburbia - you "police" white areas: did you consider you're just excluded from this 'unspoken' code of conduct that law enforcement abides by? Certainly you are not denying it's existance?

Interesting that they calll you when Black perps come in.. it only reinforces my view of some serious racial issues Blacks have with law enforcement - and they role they play in the "criminal" devlopment of Black communities.


You make a good point ... Let him brake the code he trying to up hold , And See IF Color Doesn't matter .
 

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