50 years of precedents paved way for blatant police brutality
November 30, 2006
BY MARY MITCHELL Sun-Times Columnist
We don't have a black and white problem as much as we have a black and blue problem. While the race of police officers who have been involved in questionable, high-profile shootings have been black, white and Hispanic, the race of the citizens who have been shot by police have been the same: black.
In most instances, those citizens have also been males.