The latest injustice in America was just perpetrated by a Staten Island grand jury by not indicting a cop for killing Eric Garner. A medical examiner declared his death a homicide and the officer in question used a ban police choke-hold to kill Mr. Garner. Yet the grand jury of his supposedly peers let the officer walk. I guess the choke-hold is only illegal when applied to white people not minorities.
What logical conclusion can anyone come to after seeing on video six cops brutalize an unarmed man selling cigarettes on a street corner? What reality are those grand jurors living where the scene could possibly deserve no indictment? The answer is simple minorities don't get justice in America. Police brutality including shooting an unarmed twelve year old in a park or killing a man in a Walmart is considered the norm in America and by its racist police forces.
America use to lynched Black people for whistling at a white woman and now the lynch mob has been replaced by the police. Justice is supposedly blind but in America justice for non-white Americans justice does not exist.
The other victim is America whose image as a racist country is reinforced by the way it treats its peoples.
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