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Thread: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

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    Re: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

    Quote Originally Posted by OxymoronP View Post
    None of the above.

    You dont profile an ethinicty.

    You simply profile behavior, group dynamics, persons attitude and demeanor.

    Simply stopping a young black male walking home from school is negative profiling.

    Stopping a young black male standing on a corner wearing a red bandana is a responsible profiling method.

    Seeing a Arabic men in a suit, walking calmly, smiling, not looking around too much and stopping him is negative profiling.

    Seeing an Arabic men with a long beard, nervous, fidgiting, perhaps anxious should be stopped and questioned.

    Seeing a Chinese College student nervous, fidgiting perhaps anxious is much different.
    And, a white kid, walking down the sidewalk in a gated community, wearing a read bandanna will go almost un-noticed. So, yes, racial profiling does take place.
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    And, a white kid, walking down the sidewalk in a gated community, wearing a read bandanna will go almost un-noticed. So, yes, racial profiling does take place.
    Yes, a white guy in a gated community wearing a red bandanna doesnt have the characteristics of a gang member.

    Where as a Black guy on the corner wearing it signifies blood affilitations and thus criminal activity. It is not based on race, simply the fact that the Bloods are a black gang and they do wear red tags.

    If the white kid was bald and wearing boots, he should be stopped in any community.


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    Re: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

    [QUOTE=OxymoronP;1058448186]Yes, a white guy in a gated community wearing a red bandanna doesnt have the characteristics of a gang member.

    Where as a Black guy on the corner wearing it signifies blood affilitations and thus criminal activity. It is not based on race, simply the fact that the Bloods are a black gang and they do wear red tags.

    If the white kid was bald and wearing boots, he should be stopped in any community.[/QUOTE]

    Why?.....
    Is having short hair & being employed a crime?......

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    Re: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

    Quote Originally Posted by OxymoronP View Post
    Yes, a white guy in a gated community wearing a red bandanna doesnt have the characteristics of a gang member.

    Where as a Black guy on the corner wearing it signifies blood affilitations and thus criminal activity. It is not based on race, simply the fact that the Bloods are a black gang and they do wear red tags.

    If the white kid was bald and wearing boots, he should be stopped in any community.
    The belief that it's not based on race is naive, sir.
    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

    [quote=Partisan;1058448190]
    Quote Originally Posted by OxymoronP View Post
    Yes, a white guy in a gated community wearing a red bandanna doesnt have the characteristics of a gang member.

    Where as a Black guy on the corner wearing it signifies blood affilitations and thus criminal activity. It is not based on race, simply the fact that the Bloods are a black gang and they do wear red tags.

    If the white kid was bald and wearing boots, he should be stopped in any community.[/QUOTE]

    Why?.....
    Is having short hair & being employed a crime?......
    No, because he's probably a raaaaaaaaaaaaaaciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiist!
    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    The belief that it's not based on race is naive, sir.
    If you say so buddy.


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    Re: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

    Quote Originally Posted by Partisan View Post
    I'm guessing the last sentence was the point?.....
    When profiling is implemented the terrorist will just find a way around it, profiling will become useless and a huge waste of resources, not to mention it's is a violation of our rights. Almost Nazi-like.
    Profiling behavior is the only factor that does not violate rights and should be implemented. People should be trained in what behavior to look for and report.
    Profiling on clothes, skin color, race, accent etc is a total waste of resources.

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    Re: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

    Quote Originally Posted by OxymoronP View Post
    If the white kid was bald and wearing boots, he should be stopped in any community.
    That profile fits my neighbor kid with cancer walking to school in the snow. I better call the cops.

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    Re: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

    When profiling is implemented the terrorist will just find a way around it, profiling will become useless and a huge waste of resources, not to mention it's is a violation of our rights. Almost Nazi-like.
    Again Nazi comparisons, ****ing internet for you. Profiling is a great tool, any law enforcement agency which doesnt use it will see a spike in crime.

    Profiling behavior is the only factor that does not violate rights and should be implemented. People should be trained in what behavior to look for and report.
    Behavior goes hand in hand with appearance.


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    Re: Profiling Muslims. What should be we be looking for?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty Harry View Post
    That profile fits my neighbor kid with cancer walking to school in the snow. I better call the cops.
    Great, usually cancer patients wear hats. So he wont fit the profile. Also shame on you for using him to further your unfounded positions.


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