Police Chief in Miami Suburb Instructed Officers to Arrest Random Black People and Charge Them With Multiple Burglaries

Miami police chief said find any black person walking the streets and pin open burglaries cases on them. How many police departments employ this practice to maintain a high crime solving rate?

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6 thoughts on “Police Chief in Miami Suburb Instructed Officers to Arrest Random Black People and Charge Them With Multiple Burglaries

  1. Angela it just amazes me that he even thought he could get away with such a gross miscarriage of justice! I guess he thought Jim Crow was alive and well!

    1. Rudy, I think it’s the tip of the iceberg, a glimpse in routine policing in America. We have another reason for black people overrepresented in the US criminal system. He said it because innocent black people are charged routinely without evidence for crimes they never committed. That was done to manipulate the stats to show cops solve crimes instead of creating crimes. It was also done to foster a stereotype about black people and to justify feeling threatened by the presence of a black person.

      I am suspicious of the story of the “illegal immigrant” accused of Mollie Tibbetts murder. Look at the timing and the how the story fits perfectly with Trump’s policies. It’s also a good distraction for a president who is a suspect in a felony.

      Her murderer may still be out there. Remember the Central Park Five. Trump took out a full-page ad in the NYT, was it?

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