“Declining numbers of posts are not, however, an indication that racism is being eradicated. These officers’ presence on the force sends a disturbing message that their decisions to crack heads and make arrests might be motivated by something beyond a quest to serve and protect.”<br><br>Ya think? <br><br>Ummmm, how long have we been screaming this? We had this lil kerfuffle remember? About 5 years ago, the Ferguson Uprising… HELLOOOOOO?

"Declining numbers of posts are not, however, an indication that racism is being eradicated. These officers’ presence on the force sends a disturbing message that their decisions to crack heads and make arrests might be motivated by something beyond a quest to serve and protect."

Ya think?

Ummmm, how long have we been screaming this? We had this lil kerfuffle remember? About 5 years ago, the Ferguson Uprising... HELLOOOOOO?

Editorial: Racist posts by officers add heft to questions about predatory practices

The Philadelphia-based Plain View Project has performed a necessary service for St. Louis and other U.S. cities by tracking police officers’ Facebook postings and outing those who openly express their
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