Gavin McInnes writes:
I estimate about a dozen unarmed black men are killed by police each year, but only a small portion of them were not resisting arrest. How many were completely innocent is difficult to determine, but let’s say half. That means the threat of killer cops ranks up there with spider bites. The number of cops killed is over eight times higher.
As a LEO, it’s always interesting when you see what people think law enforcement is vs. What the reality is. (…)
First of all, you have to take black people in contact with the police as they are. If they were smarter and had better social skills then chances are they would not be contact with the police in the first place.
2nd, and this is much more controllable, is that “black pride” / machismo causes some of them to be defiant in the presence of authority- they just can’t bring themselves to be compliant and deferential to the hated po -lice.
Somewhere in between the two is the fact that at the time of their encounters with the popo, they may be under the influence of various mind altering substances so their already not very formidable intellect is further “blunted”.