New York police union calls for boycott of Tarantino films


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Look who won't be marshalling the St Patrick's Day parade.

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For more than a year, high-profile deaths of black men have galvanized nationwide demonstrations by protesters complaining that police unfairly profile black and Latino men.

Racial profiling will continue among law enforcement agencies nationwide. Why? Because- let's face it- Blacks and Latinos are the ones out there committing the majority of crimes. Look @ LA, ChI, NY, Detroit.

When will they and the justice system (which are too lenient, imo) wear the shoe?

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The justice system is also being scrutinized. A case this week saw a prosecutor in Clayton, MO, plead guilty to a felony charge of not reporting what she knew about an assault by police on a handcuffed prisoner. The prosecutor is the daughter in law of former Cardinal ballplayer Todd Worrell.

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 436 were white, 226 black and 143 Latino.

No Asians?

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Go see a Tarantino movie today. If in New York City have an alibi ready.

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The way 5-0 has been operating with gay abandon,including breaking the leg of a professional sportsman,I don't feel they're in any position to say anything.

I'm as critical of police brutality as anyone, but lets not forget that the overwhelming majority of police are doing it to serve their community, and are good officers and people. It's just the bad ones that we hear about the most.

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