I t's hard to describe, let alone explain, the dividing lines of race, class and education that cross the map of American cities. Rooted in a history of forced segregation in the past, and sometimes self-imposed today, they are drawn starkly here in Baltimore, Maryland. That's Baltimore - aka Bulletmore, Murderland, as one grim-witted local graffiti artist dubbed our hometown. Or was it Bodymore or Baltimorgue? Murderland or Murdaland? I don't know for sure. I've heard them all. But I've never actually seen the spray-painting. I rarely find myself in those parts of town, you see.
Bodymore, Murderland IS the unofficial city nickname. The overwhelming majority of those bodies are black ones, dispatched by black perps. Some of those white bodies are still alive, no thanks to their attackers. George Williams, a police officer from Brick Township, N. Williams said the teens accused him of uttering a racial slur to justify the attack, but he denies making any derogatory racial remarks. A group of middle-school teens were the culprits in that case, who accused Ennis of using the racial slur and Kreager of spitting on one of the students. Might it be black leadership?
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The Wire. The Baltimore PD has gone from being a proactive department initiating street corner field interviews, stopping suspicious vehicles, etc. The message has clearly gotten out to not commit unnecessary policing. The city has become both the Rock and the Hard Place for policing. The answer to your average BPD beat cop? As Prof. Moskos can attest, Baltimore now indeed has lessened racial disparity in the BPD ranks, fewer complaints, and fewer police involved shootings and deaths…but the cost of that is now fewer cases being solved and fewer crimes being prevented in advance in order to reduce the potential for violence between police and young black men through proactive policing. Like it or not, people with violent tendencies tend to be violent, and dealing with them day in and day out leads to brace yourself!
Thomas, known on the mean streets of Maryland's largest city as Skinny Suge,was one of the stars of the "Stop Snitching" videos that captured national attention. The first of these DVDs, which urged people not to cooperate with police and prosecutors who are investigating crimes, was produced in A sequel hit the streets in