This past weekend a black security guard at a bar in Illinois stopped a shooting when a drunken patron returned to the bar with a gun and started firing. When the police arrived, they saw the security guard restraining the drunken shooter and decided to shoot the security guard. The officer’s shots ended up killing the security guard.
Will the police who committed this murder face any repercussions from their action? Nope! There is not even a slight chance of that. As everyone obviously knows, American police officers are immune from prosecution due to their actions. They could shoot a baby in the face in at noon on the steps of the White House and as long as that baby is black, no police officer will ever lose their job, let alone face prosecution.