This discussion hints at the REAL source of the problem, which CNN and the msm wouldn't dare touch with a 10-foot pole.“You in essence have the citizens who want to be protected who are now are increasingly afraid of the police and you have some police officers who are increasingly afraid of the community,” the mayor said “There is a large gap in that context, so it is about training. People need the police to protect them.”
Nutter added, “I support my police officers back in Philadelphia. This is a dangerous job. They interact with really bad people.
Is this an issue about trusting the police, or is this about resentment for repeatedly getting caught by the police? Do many of these folks want better police enforcement, or do they want no police enforcement? It smells of "my teacher hates me."
We're headed for a situation where cops will refuse to police these neighborhoods altogether for fear of being singled out like the Ferguson police officer. Rough areas will be left to fend for themselves.
That, or black officer will be assigned to black neighborhoods, and whites to white neighborhoods. How racially divided does that sound?