Monday, December 14, 2015

Federal Judge Who Outlawed Racial Profiling is Victim of Black Mob Violence

Federal Judge Susan Dlott wrote the book on racial profiling in 2002.

Last week, she ripped it into one million tiny pieces when three black people broke into her $8 million Cincinnati home and started beating her and her 79-year old husband.

“There’s three black men with guns at our house,” Dlott told a 911 operator after she escaped the home invasion and ran to her neighbor’s house one mile away.

And just in case the operator did not hear her the first time, Dlott said it again: “My husband and the dogs are still there. There are three black men with guns and masks at the house.”

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If you are attacked by some one with long hair, is that profiling against bald men or women or stating the facts of a description. In order to catch criminals police need accurate descriptions. are they looking for a male or a female , are they tall or short. are you now profiling against dwarfs or giants? what happens if you actually are assaulted by a real little green man. color is important to the description, sex , height, eye color, hair color, hair length, body build, limp or no limp, even missing limbs, even voice tone or pitch and accent. right or left handed and tattoos or scars. You are not profiling in a description, you are identifying. If black is a part of the identification you may save the life of the little green man. with one eye in his face. and no protruding nose. saying some one is black is not profiling. I would bet they have known the are black all of their life. It should not shock anyone if a black person gets arrested if they match the description, especially if they communicate in a different language or their ear ring is in the wrong ear and does not match their gold chain necklace.