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Why Black People Resist Arrest: Is It a Natural Reaction to an Unjust Justice System?

Bill Whittle, Released on 7/6/20

“Resisting is desperation,” says Mike Muse in a column at Medium.com attempting to explain “Why Black People Resist Arrest”. With police brutality, racial injustice, and mob violence in the news daily, it’s time to take a look at some of the underlying motivations.

Here’s a link to the Mike Muse column: https://bit.ly/WhyResistArrest

One Response to Why Black People Resist Arrest: Is It a Natural Reaction to an Unjust Justice System?

  1. joe Reply

    07/07/2020 at 4:49 am

    From what I found, its not that black people resist arrest, its former (or on probation) felons that resist arrest, and you can add to that group narcissists and psychopaths. Normal people (which are of the majority) rarely get arrested as they usually have enough smarts to not commit a crime in the first place. And race is generally not a factor here.

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