|photo taken from the blog.familyofvet.com about life with PTSD|
In New York City, they'd rather open their checkbook and pay a multi-million dollar settlement than prosecute one of their policemen. This lets us know the police are immune to prosecution regardless of the circumstances of death,. Their victim of choice is black men. Where is your humanity when someone tells you they can't breathe?
Sorry Charles Barkley, but Eric Garner did not deserved to be choked to death any more than Michael Brown deserved to be shot dead. It appears your celebrity has gone to your head, that somehow you are immune to the treatment that other black men in this country are subjected to. This is a matter you should keep silent on especially since you were arrested for soliciting prostitutes a few years back. You didn't even have enough sense to be embarrassed chasing after some street walker that gave you a "good blow job". You deserved to be arrested but it was nothing to be proud about. Stick to basketball commentary and leave the rest of your opinions to yourself.
Yes, the police are great in your book and I want you to keep believing that and justifying every police action shooting of black men. A lot of black people are crooks you say, I hope you are including yourself in that group. Soliciting prostitutes is a crime you know so that technically makes you a crook too. And lastly, you are the wrong person reporters should interview on matters of race and the police. You are not like us.You are a celebrity that has brainwashed himself into thinking he's different. It's only a matter of time when something like this happens to you so to use your broad brush to paint black people as criminals will not bode well for you.
You are more known for your big mouth than your intellect. These protests and conversations are about injustice against black men, something you evidently know nothing about.