By Heather MacDonald
Fake fees of racial profiling threaten to obliterate the crime-fighting earnings of the decade, specially in America's internal towns. this can be the message of Heather Mac Donald's new publication, during which she brings her specified model of tricky and sincere journalism to the present warfare opposed to the police. The anti-profiling campaign, she fees, prospers on an lack of awareness of policing and a willful blindness to the demographics of crime. In cautious reviews from ny and different significant towns around the state, Ms. Mac Donald investigates the workings of the police, the debate over racial profiling, and the anti-profiling lobby's destructive results on black american citizens. The aid in city crime, one of many nation's sign coverage successes of the Nineteen Nineties, has benefited black groups much more dramatically than white neighborhoods, she indicates. through policing internal towns actively after lengthy overlook, police officers have allowed enterprise and civil society to flourish there once again. yet assaults on police, centering on fake fees of police racism and racial profiling, and spearheaded via activists, the clicking, or even the Justice division, have slowed the good fortune and threaten to opposite it. Ms. Mac Donald appears on the fact in the back of the allegations and writes in regards to the black law enforcement officials you by no means heard approximately, the clicking insurance of policing, and policing techniques around the nation. Her iconoclastic findings demolish the existing anti-cop orthodoxy.
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This finding demolishes the myth of racial profiling. Precisely for that reason, the Bush Justice Department tried to bury the report so the profiling juggernaut could continue its destructive campaign against law enforcement. What happens next will show whether the politics of racial victimization now7trump all other national concerns. Until now the anti-police crusade that travels under the banner of "ending racial profiling" has traded on ignorance. Its spokesmen went around the country charging that the police were stopping "too many" minorities for traffic infractions or more serious violations.
No wonder. " But it was a deliberate editorial decision, not an imperative of nature, that made that issue predominate. As Giuliani observed, if the press had been covering a recent murder of a guest at the Waldorf Astoria with the same obsession as the Diallo shooting, everyone would be convinced there was a growing murder problem in New York, even though murders were down 70 percent. While embroidering its theme of the out-of-control police, the Times ran increasingly starry-eyed stories on the protest movement.
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Are Cops Racist? by Heather MacDonald
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