"It amazes me how athletes so quickly jump on making a call about footage from a police officer's bodycam, when it takes millions of dollars of equipment and multiple slow motion replays, to try and get a call right during a sporting event. And even after all that, there are often people agreeing or disagreeing with what they saw."
On another note, I'm going to mention this again because I believe it is critical. The answer as to whether or not the police treat any race differently, is readily available in some of the best and most extensive research I've ever seen. What is it? The internet, bodycams, and the massive amount of reality shows (i.e. Cops, Live PD, Dateline, 48 Hours, 20-20, To Catch a Predator, Forensic Files, etc.). Real life interactions with the police.
With the answer being readily available, why won't anti-police people accept the ONLY truth we have in the matter? I guess they don't want to know the truth or they do know and just want to continue to lie about it for personal gain.
By the way, what everyone would find is that the police DO NOT treat people differently based on any particular attribute. They're suspicious no matter someone's race and suspects have no problems at all, until they stop showing the officer respect by following their instructions. It also clearly shows no matter the race, some people are respectful to the police and some are not. Also, it doesn't matter who the victim is, the police diligently try to solve the crimes. This is made more difficult in some communities because it's dangerous to be a "snitch."
So the next time you hear anyone putting down the police, let them know that you have literally tens of thousands of hours of camera footage which proves them wrong. Thanks!