Veteran Police Officer Jay Stalien, was raised in a poor neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. He joined the police force to help stem the violence of black-on-black crime. Believe it or not, most African Americans scoff at him and even view him as a traitor just because he is a cop.
Officer Stalien says there are four facts that groups like Black Lives Matter often ignore
Complaint: Police are always targeting us. They’re always messing with the black man.
Fact: A city where the majority of citizens are black, take Baltimore for example, will always have a higher rate of black people getting arrested, it’s simple mathematics.
Complaint: More black people get arrested than white people.
Fact: Black People commit a grossly disproportionate amount of crime. Data from the FBI confirms it.
Complaint: Blacks are the only ones getting killed by police, or they are killed more.
Fact: As of July 2016, the breakdown of the number of US citizens killed by police this year is, 238 white people killed, 123 Black people killed, 79 Hispanics, 69 other/or unknown race.
Complaint: Well we already doing a good job of killing ourselves, we don’t need the police to do it. Besides they should know better.
Fact: Black people kill more blacks than the police, and there are only protests and outrage when a cop kills a black man.
The Federalist Papers Project reports:
Veteran Officer Jay Stalien, who was raised in a poor neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, says he joined the force to help stem the violence of black-on-black crime, but most African Americans scoff at him and view him as a traitor simply because he is a cop.
Stalien exposes the brutal truth about black on black crime and the cop-hating lies that BLM insists is justified.
Suspect- Black/ Male, Victim-Black /Male.
I remember the countless times I canvassed the area afterwards, and asked everyone “did you see who did it”, and the popular response from the very same family members was always, “Fuck the Police, I aint no snitch, I’m gonna take care of this myself. This happened every single time, every single homicide, black on black, and then my realization became clearer.