Just 75 people protest the cop-killing of a black guy shot twice in the back, resulting in a tiny news story. Why no media splash? Where's Jesse and Al? Maybe the news media will follow this small, buried story long enough for us do evaluate my bet: no white cops involved. In a related tiny, buried story of community complaints against Detroit cops, we see allegations of " harassment at bus stops, aggressive traffic stops and home searches they claimed were unwarranted." But no charges of "racism." Are these black cops behaving this way?
And another tiny, buried story of police "racial discrimination" in the Detroit area. Wonder why this one warranted nearly zero press. Perhaps because it involved a nearly all-black force accused by a Hispanic cop of "discrimination against non-blacks."
My suspicion: Cops today of all "races" behave approximately the same to citizens of all "races", but only when mistreatment involves white cops and black citizens does anybody seem to care. The cries of "racism" carry-over from the generations of time when white cops were especially nasty to black folks.