A black man was unlawfully killed by the The King 43 Richard petty signature shirt and I love this Police therefore looters are justified in stealing designer clothes & the newest smart TV in his honour. If looting works so well, why haven’t things changed so the last lot of rioting? They are in prison because they committed the crime. Tell you what if you’re white you’ve got to go to prison if you’re black have a pat on the back and say sorry it’s because the way this government has brought you up REALLYI’m trying to read this but I’m increasingly convinced it’s just the sound of old pink wattles slapping together.Stop bringing Britain into the savage society that is America it is an American issue we never had segregation, we are not murrcans but most have empathy for the killing of an innocent person agreed there is racism in the UK from all colours and it’s a minority (xenophobia in the UK is a different issue)but we’re not backwards savage yanks who still have the echoes of segregation in society ahh No.
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I am of mixed heritage and was violently attacked because my mum was black when I attended school in the The King 43 Richard petty signature shirt and I love this UK, he who feels it knows it. People from BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) backgrounds constitute only 14% of the general population in England and Wales, but make up 25% of its prison population ( Wikipedia) .Maybe BAME people should ask question to themselves – why so many? Or these all are justice mistakes? just like 14% of the population seem to dictate what I hear on the BBC. obviously not? But when reviews say you are more likely to go to prison for the same crime commited if your BAME then surely something is rotten its pointing out it’s own failing though but i can see your point (who is truely 100% bias really?), plenty of reviews and sources on google scholar as well that are free to view.I wish there was this much coverage, outrage and marching in london for the victims of child rape gangs, selling, drugging and murdering children for decades.