If You Know What I Mean
why do you think it's counted as racist? where exactly did it say that in the report? are you purposely ignoring the fact that Christopher Commission report is not mainly about race? Did you know its main point was police misconduct?The Christopher Commission report is about race, that is obvious.
I've said it is flawed and so did Naisho.
Here is another one for you, Foxac, know that NoName Yale researcher in a previous post? Here are questions he/she totally missed.
1) If a white officer is on patrol in at totally non-white area and pulls over a non-white driver, with cause, if this counted as racist. Don't blame the white officer because he was assigned to that location. The math gets screwed.
perhaps this might help you - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Commission
did you know it is peer-reviewed? and did you even read the whole thing? he even listed out the limitation and some failures of his research.2) Where is the account of ALL LAPD officers giving drivers of their own race a free pass? Is this considered racist? To me it is. This also screws up the math.
3) What if a patrol car has a black AND white officer unit and pulls over, with cause, a non-white-non-black driver. How is that listed on this report?
4) Now about a Asian officer? Most certainly each and every time this LAPD officer pulls over, with cause, any driver it is going to be a driver of another race. Did this Yale person try to figure our if the Asian officer pulled over more of one race than another race? Screwed the math without an answer.
I seriously doubt this NoName researcher thought of these questions. Therefore, another flawed report with screwed up math. I guess they don't teach logic at Yale.
You're clearly cherry-picking something that has already been explained but you conveniently ignored it. in short - you're grasping for straws.