- Aug 28, 2015
Babe, your article reflects the 80s?.
Where do I get my data from?. Its common knowledge that governments go after Columbians and Afghanis to cut off the supply of cocaine and heroin, respectively. Law enforcement agencies do the same at street level imho.
Anyway, the point I'm trying to make is that the law will tend to focus on the dealer of drugs as opposed to the user of drugs. The issues we face are that we are predominately located in urban areas and, it's these areas that law enforcement agencies tends to focus on as opposed to White suburbia.
Now, I've been trying to find 'prime' date that shows the numbers of users and dealers incarcerated, I gave up, sweetpea.
I have shown, to the best of my ability, that AAs are more likely to be arrested for using drugs AND for dealing drugs. Meanwhile white people are more likely to use drugs and sell them too, yet less likely to be punished for their offenses. Over and over, this is what the stats always say.
Now, the one thing, to your credit, is that AAs sell drugs on the street, while Caucasians sell drugs from their homes.