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Previously on SBPDL: New York City Police Department’s 2019 Crime and Enforcement Activity Report Shows: Non-Whites Committed 97% of the Homicides and 97.6% of Non-Fatal Shootings… City Is 33% White

Mirror, mirror on the wall, which state in this increasingly divided union is the wokest of them all?

If you guess New York, you’d be correct.

Recall:

Which brings us to the latest move by New York City to make life easier for black and brown criminals (at the expense of the law-abiding citizens of the Big Apple). [N.Y.P.D. to Remove DNA Profiles of Non-Criminals From Database: The police say they will start expunging some of the 82,000 people in the database who have never been convicted of a crime., New York Times, February 20, 2020]:

Two years ago, detectives offered a 12-year-old boy they had arrested a McDonald’s soda during questioning. When the boy left, the detectives took the straw, got his genetic profile and put it in a local database. The child’s family had to petition a court to get it removed, the Legal Aid Society said.

For years, New York City has been amassing an immense local database of DNA, collecting samples not just from people convicted of crimes, but from people simply arrested or questioned, including minors.

The existence of the database, which has about 82,000 profiles, has drawn fire from civil liberties advocates, who point out it is hard to get a profile erased once it is put in and argue it violates the privacy rights of many innocent people.

Now, the police commissioner, Dermot F. Shea, seeking to quell some of the criticism, has announced that the New York Police Department is overhauling its rules for collecting and using DNA evidence, which is stored by New York City’s Chief Medical Examiner.

To start, the police are going to audit a database of 32,000 samples collected from people considered suspects in criminal investigations and flag for removal any samples more than two years old that have not been linked to an ongoing investigation or conviction.

Bob Barrows, the department’s director of legal operations, said that in the next few weeks he expects to remove thousands of profiles in the database, known as the Local DNA Index System, as the department begins its review.

The new rules, first reported in The Wall Street Journal, also place curbs on the collection of DNA from teenagers and children. Investigators will only be able to collect DNA from juveniles in connection with felonies, sex crimes, firearm crimes or hate crimes, not misdemeanors. And they will not only have to get the consent of the minor, but they also must notify parents or guardians, who can object to it.

In the past, Mr. Barrows said, investigators were not required to obtain permission from a minor or guardian before walking away with a piece of DNA evidence.

A growing number of law enforcement agencies throughout the country — including police departments in Connecticut, California and Maryland — have amassed genetic databases that operate by their own rules, outside of state and federal guidelines, which tend to be far more strict.

Those databases have become the center of a debate over how to strike a balance between civil rights and crime-fighting, as DNA has become an increasingly common tool in investigations and prosecutions.

New York State law requires a conviction before someone’s DNA can be included in the state-operated DNA databank. But databases built by local authorities are not subject to the state rules.

Announcing the changes for obtaining and storing DNA samples, Commissioner Shea said he hopes to build trust with New Yorkers while still continuing to collect evidence in ongoing criminal investigations.

“As a Department, we have reformed policies and practices to support a system that is fair and effective while also cultivating trust with the community,” Commissioner Shea said in a statement. “These changes are common sense and incorporate feedback we have gathered without compromising the ability for officers to successfully identify criminals, build strong cases and bring justice for victims.”

But critics of the department said the changes do not go far enough. “We need basic transparency in the database,” said Donovan Richards, the chairman of the City Council committee with oversight of the police. “This is a step in the right direction, but more needs to be done.”

Mr. Richards said he wants to see one database under one set of rules, instead of two databases controlled by local and state officials.

“This idea is half-baked,” Mr. Richards said. “It still affects black and brown people disproportionately, people who have not been convicted of anything.”

But Mr. Barrows, the police department official, said the city needs its own index to solve cases faster.

“We want to keep local control of our investigations,” he said.

Capitulating civilization because law and order disproportionately impacts people of color (black and brown people) is a small price to pay when remaining dedicated to advancing all aspects of egalitarian thinking!

What if social policy was actually based off of those committing crimes, who/whom make New York City a dangerous place?

Can’t have that!

Instead, let’s enact social policy to protect those committing the crimes!

 
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  1. Those youngsters are going to wind up as criminals anyway, might as well have the DNA to save time and money. Look at the ages of the feral in the Barnard College murder for an example.
    Plus, what were they doing at the police station in the first place?

    • Replies: @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Those youngsters are going to wind up as criminals anyway, might as well have the DNA to save time and money.
     
    Make the collection and cataloging of two DNA samples at maternity wards a Medicaid requirement. A ghetto mom's DNA can go a long way in solving crime. Don't like it? Pay for the hospital & obstetrician yourself.
  2. OT: One of the advantages of dindus having ridiculous names is that, despite the MSM often not providing pictures or race information, you can still determine the race of those involved just by reading their names.

    Fort Gordon Soldier Charged with Murder of Girlfriend
    https://www.military.com/daily-news/2020/02/22/fort-gordon-soldier-charged-murder-girlfriend.html

    Excerpt:

    DeMarcus Little, 22, was originally arrested by the Peach County Sheriff’s Office and charged with criminal damage to property on Feb. 18. On Friday, the GBI announced there was “probable cause” to charge the Army sergeant in the death of Anitra Gunn, 23.

    This story has pictures:

    https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/boyfriend-charged-with-malice-murder-in-fort-valley-students-death

    Gee, what a handsome fellow. What lady could have resisted his charms?/sarc

  3. The cult of “Dinduism”

  4. Here’s one:

    A groid who was released after an attempted rape of a woman in a hospital is now in custody again after stabbing a library worker to death after she asked him to turn down the music he was listening to.

    https://abc7ny.com/5952934/

    • Replies: @AR in Illinois
    Affordable bail for all the poor dindus. What a dangerous game these legislative a-holes are playing with Our lives. Some people need to be in cages for the rest of their lives. Preferably, in a sane society, animals like this would be quickly put down after a guilty verdict.
    , @John Johnson
    From link about librarian:
    Bail was set at $100,000, but just before the new year, in the time when judges across the state were releasing inmates in anticipation of the bail reform laws going into effect, he was released.

    A bail reform activist says that attempted rape remains a bail-eligible charge under the new law.

    So if you attempt rape but fail you can get out of jail for free.

    Failed rapists be sure to thank your local liberal activist.

  5. I remember a time when owning a Volvo station wagon was a sure sign of wealth, good sense and taste…sigh! Now no-one would ever dream of de-badging a high performance car for fear that the ***hole next door may not realise what it is. “Bling” culture is unnatural for Whites.

  6. Paul – great work as usual. On a related topic, I was wondering if you could possibly shed some light on the 1960’s rampage in over 110 cities by MLK’s followers immediately after his assassination in April 1968?

    As you likely know, most mainstream accounts of this event (like this one below) make excuses for urban black “frustration” and employ passive language techniques of “riots erupting” spontaneously.

    https://www.encyclopedia.com/history/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/race-riots-1960s

    I’d love to see some contemporary pictures from 1968, along with your insights, to remind folks what non-stop race-baiting (and welfare mentality) has done to this country. Most of that history is buried and forgotten. Thanks

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    I know what the blacks did at my high school outside of Detroit, Michigan. They went to the third floor of the school, entered the typing room, and promptly threw the typewriters out of the windows. National guard were put on the corner, and people had their children stay home out of fear for their safety. MLK day always brings back that memory.
    , @AceDeuce
    I remember reading in Newsweek--the edition after King's death in April, 1968--cover was him in his coffin. Anyway, supposedly a groid in Minneapolis said he wanted to kill the first white man he saw after the news hit about King, so he pumped 9-10 rounds in his white neighbor, according to the mag.
    , @Alden
    Friend of mine was in real danger. She was a probation officer in Oakland, lived in San Francisco . By 5/pm there was a lot of blacks being blacks. 3 blacks spotted her and followed her across the bridge and through San Francisco. She drove to Richmond police station right up on the sidewalk and laid on the horn. When some officers came out the Orcs drove away. After that she always carried her gun and transferred to San Francisco as soon as possible.

    Addition to the bad effects of WW2. The migration of blacks to destroy entire cities.

    Nothing really happened in San Francisco as I remember. The police force was still mostly White and despised blacks. One of the worst black neighborhoods is near downtown and the police just established a blockade to keep them contained. Can’t have city hall, the federal building civic center, Saks 5th Av, I Magnins Nieman Marcus and all those expensive stores and 5 star hotels looted can we? The black politicians weren’t rabble rousers.

    They pretended to be talented tenth. I heard Willie Brown sent out his minions to persuade the blacks to behave. His district was that near downtown black neighborhood. But it was full of White gay men sick and tired of being robbed, burglarized and beaten by the neighborhood Orcs. The gays were getting politically active by then. Combination of gay pressure on the politicians and racist White police probably kept things quiet. I think there was a curfew strictly enforced. Only 2 black areas. So it was easy to keep them contained.

    The next day everybody went to work, the schools were safe as far as I remember. Only because the police were allowed to do their job.

    Blacks are blacks. But it’s possible to keep then controlled by strict law enforcement.
  7. Hey Piglet, that black murdered girl who was murdered by her ex or current boyfriend, immediately put up a go fund me for “help with funeral services”. Wanna know how much they are trying to raise? Get this, $20,000.00. Now to me 20 thousand is an awful lot to want “help with” for funeral services. A decent funeral is about 6-8 thousand. And they are trying to raise 20 thousand. Sounds like they are looking to make a small profit off of that go fund post. Anyway I don’t care about groid on groid murder at this point. They have raised a little over 8 thousand. “Help with” sounds to me like you would just need to raise a couple of thousand to “help with”. But what do I know I’m White.

    • Replies: @The Grim Joker
    Whatever happened to your faith in human nature.? How can you be so cold and uncaring to a fellow human being ?

    GA- you cannot expect people to live like and look like bums. The "surplus" funds will be used for $400 sneakers, platinum wigs, blond weaves, dog chains, drugs and maybe even a firearm or two...... and so forth.

    Everybody got to make a profit and a dead body waiting to be buried is just another commodity for these people. Might as well get something out of it !

    That is the way they look at things and for you to criticise their "dishonesty" is racist, Afrophobic and disrespectful of diversity and multiculturalism.
  8. Is anyone else as emotional as I am right now, watching the Kobe Bryant Memorial on ESPN?

    • LOL: Gunga Din
    • Replies: @Female in FL
    Take note that the widow is suing, who didn’t see that coming? After all, he’s a negro saint by their standards.
    Keep watching YT.
  9. @AceDeuce
    Here's one:

    A groid who was released after an attempted rape of a woman in a hospital is now in custody again after stabbing a library worker to death after she asked him to turn down the music he was listening to.

    https://abc7ny.com/5952934/

    Affordable bail for all the poor dindus. What a dangerous game these legislative a-holes are playing with Our lives. Some people need to be in cages for the rest of their lives. Preferably, in a sane society, animals like this would be quickly put down after a guilty verdict.

    • Agree: brandybranch
  10. Anonymous[151] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Penfield
    Paul – great work as usual. On a related topic, I was wondering if you could possibly shed some light on the 1960’s rampage in over 110 cities by MLK’s followers immediately after his assassination in April 1968?

    As you likely know, most mainstream accounts of this event (like this one below) make excuses for urban black “frustration” and employ passive language techniques of “riots erupting” spontaneously.

    https://www.encyclopedia.com/history/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/race-riots-1960s

    I’d love to see some contemporary pictures from 1968, along with your insights, to remind folks what non-stop race-baiting (and welfare mentality) has done to this country. Most of that history is buried and forgotten. Thanks

    I know what the blacks did at my high school outside of Detroit, Michigan. They went to the third floor of the school, entered the typing room, and promptly threw the typewriters out of the windows. National guard were put on the corner, and people had their children stay home out of fear for their safety. MLK day always brings back that memory.

  11. How stupid can they get?
    These are the STOOGES that are going to protect you?
    They make the KEYSTONE KOPS look professional.
    Yeah sure, turn in your guns …

  12. Is the headlight on the train visible yet?

    • LOL: Augustus
  13. First I thought it was The Onion – but Juvenal was right: Difficile est, …

    The best way to reduce the number of black criminals is to not catch them
    (I mean, you never know with these juries 😛 ); and the best way to not catch
    them is to destroy the evidence (there might be overzealous or even – GASP! –
    wayciss colleagues, see). Voilà. Guess who gets a promotion for reducing bias
    in law enforcement?

    – But I see it´s not the popo – it´s the civil liberties genderfluids again.
    Only God knows how many they are raping and murdering every year through
    the sealing of juvenile rap sheets alone …

  14. The same people screaming that this is racism (minority chauvinists, self hating whites and Jewis leftists) would be just fine if NYC or any city was surreptitiously amassing a DNA database of white gun owners. Right after the 9/11 attack the racial profiling debate was gaining steams and blacks were angry and indignant that they were being profiled more than any other racial group.

    There was a national poll after 9/11 asking if we should profile Muslims and around blacks responded in the affirmative more than any racial group. I think 90% of blacks said yes while 70% of whites and about the same amount of hispanics agreed.

    So blacks are all for racial profiling if it’s for thee but don’t dare do it to them.

  15. I honestly stopped caring about NYC when they elected DeBlasio.

    I don’t pity the cops at all.

    There are open law enforcement positions all across the country.

    If they want to work for a department that answers to a cop-hating socialist then good luck.

  16. @AceDeuce
    Here's one:

    A groid who was released after an attempted rape of a woman in a hospital is now in custody again after stabbing a library worker to death after she asked him to turn down the music he was listening to.

    https://abc7ny.com/5952934/

    From link about librarian:
    Bail was set at $100,000, but just before the new year, in the time when judges across the state were releasing inmates in anticipation of the bail reform laws going into effect, he was released.

    A bail reform activist says that attempted rape remains a bail-eligible charge under the new law.

    So if you attempt rape but fail you can get out of jail for free.

    Failed rapists be sure to thank your local liberal activist.

    • Agree: AceDeuce
  17. @Wake up
    Is anyone else as emotional as I am right now, watching the Kobe Bryant Memorial on ESPN?

    Take note that the widow is suing, who didn’t see that coming? After all, he’s a negro saint by their standards.
    Keep watching YT.

  18. When I went to work as a radiation worker, I had to have an FBI background check as well as submit my fingerprints. Not the same as DNA of course but it caused me no concern whatsoever. I wasn’t worried in the least that my fingerprints might be used against me some day in the future. Why? Because I’m not a criminal and have no intention of ever committing any crimes. Risk factor zero. The same would be true of DNA.

    That’s what blacks worry about though-the fear of getting caught in the future for some crime they’ve committed because their DNA is in a database. For them, it’s a serious risk factor. Dey gots to protect demselves and dere chilrens! However, they can’t say that though or admit it- so they come up with other “reasons” why it’s wrong to collect DNA samples. It’s nothing more than fake outrage to cover up their fear of consequences.

    • Agree: Love Street
    • Replies: @D-FENS
    I was in the nuclear power industry for 35 years. FBI background check, MMPI psychology screening, random drug/alcohol testing, financial/credit checks, fingerprints etc. Plus we had to look out for aberrant behavior, signs of drug/alcohol abuse, in coworkers. If you were arrested for anything more serious than a moving traffic violation you had to notify your immediate supervisor within 24 hours. Where was the ACLU safeguarding my privacy? Why don’t elected officials get this kind of scrutiny?
    , @nokangaroos
    Nah. They all have at least three cousins who are criminal AND stupid, and they know what matrix correlation is when they have to.

    Then again, blacks in Africa also are exceedingly loathe to volunteer DNA even for scientific purposes, so it´s probably plain old juju :D
    , @John Johnson
    That’s what blacks worry about though-the fear of getting caught in the future for some crime they’ve committed because their DNA is in a database.

    The ACLU and libs don't realize that in these cases the police really just need a tip of where to start looking. If you watch First 48 you can see why Blacks try to instill a no snitching policy.

    Having a cousin in the database is probably enough.
    , @Sick 'n Tired
    I was hired on a big project that required security clearance with about 15 other people, 6 were black. We spent a few days going thru orientations, protocols, and so on, then had to get finger printed and have an FBI background check. When everything cleared and we started the work, only one of the black guys ended up working with us. The others had prior convictions/arrests that they never put on their application or came forward with, even though it was brought up multiple times over the 4 days we were in orientation.
    , @Alden
    Decades ago Los Angeles police department decided to ignore what was termed “ mild felonies” so as to hire more black and brown officers. Also relaxed the weight standards to accommodate all those basketball on stumps build Hispanic Indians.
  19. @Steve Penfield
    Paul – great work as usual. On a related topic, I was wondering if you could possibly shed some light on the 1960’s rampage in over 110 cities by MLK’s followers immediately after his assassination in April 1968?

    As you likely know, most mainstream accounts of this event (like this one below) make excuses for urban black “frustration” and employ passive language techniques of “riots erupting” spontaneously.

    https://www.encyclopedia.com/history/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/race-riots-1960s

    I’d love to see some contemporary pictures from 1968, along with your insights, to remind folks what non-stop race-baiting (and welfare mentality) has done to this country. Most of that history is buried and forgotten. Thanks

    I remember reading in Newsweek–the edition after King’s death in April, 1968–cover was him in his coffin. Anyway, supposedly a groid in Minneapolis said he wanted to kill the first white man he saw after the news hit about King, so he pumped 9-10 rounds in his white neighbor, according to the mag.

  20. Off topic: https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/murder-map-deadliest-u-s-cities/.

    The pictures of only a few murderers were shown.

    Guess what colour these few displayed murderers were.

  21. I’m pretty sure DNA collection after a non-violent summons led to the arrest and conviction of Chanel Lewis in the murder of Karina Vetrano. And this is precisely why it must be eliminated, because it works.

  22. @Non PC Infidel
    When I went to work as a radiation worker, I had to have an FBI background check as well as submit my fingerprints. Not the same as DNA of course but it caused me no concern whatsoever. I wasn't worried in the least that my fingerprints might be used against me some day in the future. Why? Because I'm not a criminal and have no intention of ever committing any crimes. Risk factor zero. The same would be true of DNA.

    That's what blacks worry about though-the fear of getting caught in the future for some crime they've committed because their DNA is in a database. For them, it's a serious risk factor. Dey gots to protect demselves and dere chilrens! However, they can't say that though or admit it- so they come up with other "reasons" why it's wrong to collect DNA samples. It's nothing more than fake outrage to cover up their fear of consequences.

    I was in the nuclear power industry for 35 years. FBI background check, MMPI psychology screening, random drug/alcohol testing, financial/credit checks, fingerprints etc. Plus we had to look out for aberrant behavior, signs of drug/alcohol abuse, in coworkers. If you were arrested for anything more serious than a moving traffic violation you had to notify your immediate supervisor within 24 hours. Where was the ACLU safeguarding my privacy? Why don’t elected officials get this kind of scrutiny?

    • Replies: @Trevor
    Many occupations require fingerprints, especially when protection of the public is a concern. These include investment securities, law enforcement, and others.

    It is the price we pay for security, and it is reasonable for an honest person with good intentions. For such s person, the benefits including protection from identify theft, are a reasonable tradeoff.

    To prevent fraud and other abuse, and to help identify both criminals and crime victims, any person receiving government or welfare benefits of any kind should be fingerprinted and their DNA profiled and both prints and DNA put into a searchable data base.

    This should also apply to elected officials and all government employees for national security reasons. (It may well have tripped up the fraud aka Obama).

  23. Investigators will only be able to collect DNA from juveniles in connection with felonies, sex crimes, firearm crimes or hate
    crimes, not misdemeanors.

    What a surprise, the State is keeping “hate crime” /thoughtcrime laws on the books. Must be for the new Wypipo-Only, “Suspected of Using n-word” Database.

    • Replies: @peterike

    What a surprise, the State is keeping “hate crime” /thoughtcrime laws on the books. Must be for the new Wypipo-Only, “Suspected of Using n-word” Database.
     
    No. It's New York. The hate crime database is there for "anti-semitic" acts.
  24. 16 year old female in Biloxi murdered by 5 orcs.
    Victim appears to be white

    https://www.wlox.com/2020/02/25/arrested-five-teens-charged-with-capital-murder-death-year-old/

    Following.

    • Replies: @Female in FL
    Found her FB page, yes she is white but ghetto. She writes like they do.
    , @Love Street
    Oh those darn teens!
    All it was was “ an incident gone wrong”
    All they did was “ botch” it. Those Teen children just need counseling and they will be productive members of society!
    Don’t ya know.
    , @kikz
    thanks, Biloxi is basically home turf.....................
  25. @GA Pretty Pony
    Hey Piglet, that black murdered girl who was murdered by her ex or current boyfriend, immediately put up a go fund me for "help with funeral services". Wanna know how much they are trying to raise? Get this, $20,000.00. Now to me 20 thousand is an awful lot to want "help with" for funeral services. A decent funeral is about 6-8 thousand. And they are trying to raise 20 thousand. Sounds like they are looking to make a small profit off of that go fund post. Anyway I don't care about groid on groid murder at this point. They have raised a little over 8 thousand. "Help with" sounds to me like you would just need to raise a couple of thousand to "help with". But what do I know I'm White.

    Whatever happened to your faith in human nature.? How can you be so cold and uncaring to a fellow human being ?

    GA- you cannot expect people to live like and look like bums. The “surplus” funds will be used for $400 sneakers, platinum wigs, blond weaves, dog chains, drugs and maybe even a firearm or two…… and so forth.

    Everybody got to make a profit and a dead body waiting to be buried is just another commodity for these people. Might as well get something out of it !

    That is the way they look at things and for you to criticise their “dishonesty” is racist, Afrophobic and disrespectful of diversity and multiculturalism.

  26. @Enough is enough
    16 year old female in Biloxi murdered by 5 orcs.
    Victim appears to be white

    https://www.wlox.com/2020/02/25/arrested-five-teens-charged-with-capital-murder-death-year-old/

    Following.

    Found her FB page, yes she is white but ghetto. She writes like they do.

  27. @Non PC Infidel
    When I went to work as a radiation worker, I had to have an FBI background check as well as submit my fingerprints. Not the same as DNA of course but it caused me no concern whatsoever. I wasn't worried in the least that my fingerprints might be used against me some day in the future. Why? Because I'm not a criminal and have no intention of ever committing any crimes. Risk factor zero. The same would be true of DNA.

    That's what blacks worry about though-the fear of getting caught in the future for some crime they've committed because their DNA is in a database. For them, it's a serious risk factor. Dey gots to protect demselves and dere chilrens! However, they can't say that though or admit it- so they come up with other "reasons" why it's wrong to collect DNA samples. It's nothing more than fake outrage to cover up their fear of consequences.

    Nah. They all have at least three cousins who are criminal AND stupid, and they know what matrix correlation is when they have to.

    Then again, blacks in Africa also are exceedingly loathe to volunteer DNA even for scientific purposes, so it´s probably plain old juju 😀

  28. They showed pictures of the offenders for once but even if they didn’t their names speak just as loudly as to their race.

  29. @Enough is enough
    16 year old female in Biloxi murdered by 5 orcs.
    Victim appears to be white

    https://www.wlox.com/2020/02/25/arrested-five-teens-charged-with-capital-murder-death-year-old/

    Following.

    Oh those darn teens!
    All it was was “ an incident gone wrong”
    All they did was “ botch” it. Those Teen children just need counseling and they will be productive members of society!
    Don’t ya know.

  30. @D-FENS
    I was in the nuclear power industry for 35 years. FBI background check, MMPI psychology screening, random drug/alcohol testing, financial/credit checks, fingerprints etc. Plus we had to look out for aberrant behavior, signs of drug/alcohol abuse, in coworkers. If you were arrested for anything more serious than a moving traffic violation you had to notify your immediate supervisor within 24 hours. Where was the ACLU safeguarding my privacy? Why don’t elected officials get this kind of scrutiny?

    Many occupations require fingerprints, especially when protection of the public is a concern. These include investment securities, law enforcement, and others.

    It is the price we pay for security, and it is reasonable for an honest person with good intentions. For such s person, the benefits including protection from identify theft, are a reasonable tradeoff.

    To prevent fraud and other abuse, and to help identify both criminals and crime victims, any person receiving government or welfare benefits of any kind should be fingerprinted and their DNA profiled and both prints and DNA put into a searchable data base.

    This should also apply to elected officials and all government employees for national security reasons. (It may well have tripped up the fraud aka Obama).

    • Agree: brandybranch
  31. @Non PC Infidel
    When I went to work as a radiation worker, I had to have an FBI background check as well as submit my fingerprints. Not the same as DNA of course but it caused me no concern whatsoever. I wasn't worried in the least that my fingerprints might be used against me some day in the future. Why? Because I'm not a criminal and have no intention of ever committing any crimes. Risk factor zero. The same would be true of DNA.

    That's what blacks worry about though-the fear of getting caught in the future for some crime they've committed because their DNA is in a database. For them, it's a serious risk factor. Dey gots to protect demselves and dere chilrens! However, they can't say that though or admit it- so they come up with other "reasons" why it's wrong to collect DNA samples. It's nothing more than fake outrage to cover up their fear of consequences.

    That’s what blacks worry about though-the fear of getting caught in the future for some crime they’ve committed because their DNA is in a database.

    The ACLU and libs don’t realize that in these cases the police really just need a tip of where to start looking. If you watch First 48 you can see why Blacks try to instill a no snitching policy.

    Having a cousin in the database is probably enough.

  32. 6 year old arrested in Orlando for kicking and punching teacher. The horror of it. Aggh, the humanity. Poor little black girl was seen crying and screaming for mommy in the back seat of the police car. Imagine, a poor little black child having to abide by white man rules. Her lawyer is already preparing the lawsuit and was yappin about the injustice this child has to suffer on TV last night. The cop who made the arrest and the teach who called the cops will surely be fired and the remaining teachers will be forced to undergo bias and diversity training. So what is the lesson?

    • Replies: @Female in FL
    I watched that on WFTV, the Puerto Rican female anchor and the black guy reporting on the street were shocked about the video, it was so painful to watch. Not for me, I enjoyed seeing the niglet get hauled off in the paddy wagon. The cop scared the daylights out of her.
    Of course, no mention of what the niglet did.
  33. no no.. .there mustn’t be data available to track thru time, the racial proclivities of certain criminal groups. that be like… ‘dis-parrot impak’…………………………

  34. @Enough is enough
    16 year old female in Biloxi murdered by 5 orcs.
    Victim appears to be white

    https://www.wlox.com/2020/02/25/arrested-five-teens-charged-with-capital-murder-death-year-old/

    Following.

    thanks, Biloxi is basically home turf…………………

  35. @Non PC Infidel
    When I went to work as a radiation worker, I had to have an FBI background check as well as submit my fingerprints. Not the same as DNA of course but it caused me no concern whatsoever. I wasn't worried in the least that my fingerprints might be used against me some day in the future. Why? Because I'm not a criminal and have no intention of ever committing any crimes. Risk factor zero. The same would be true of DNA.

    That's what blacks worry about though-the fear of getting caught in the future for some crime they've committed because their DNA is in a database. For them, it's a serious risk factor. Dey gots to protect demselves and dere chilrens! However, they can't say that though or admit it- so they come up with other "reasons" why it's wrong to collect DNA samples. It's nothing more than fake outrage to cover up their fear of consequences.

    I was hired on a big project that required security clearance with about 15 other people, 6 were black. We spent a few days going thru orientations, protocols, and so on, then had to get finger printed and have an FBI background check. When everything cleared and we started the work, only one of the black guys ended up working with us. The others had prior convictions/arrests that they never put on their application or came forward with, even though it was brought up multiple times over the 4 days we were in orientation.

  36. @luludog
    6 year old arrested in Orlando for kicking and punching teacher. The horror of it. Aggh, the humanity. Poor little black girl was seen crying and screaming for mommy in the back seat of the police car. Imagine, a poor little black child having to abide by white man rules. Her lawyer is already preparing the lawsuit and was yappin about the injustice this child has to suffer on TV last night. The cop who made the arrest and the teach who called the cops will surely be fired and the remaining teachers will be forced to undergo bias and diversity training. So what is the lesson?

    I watched that on WFTV, the Puerto Rican female anchor and the black guy reporting on the street were shocked about the video, it was so painful to watch. Not for me, I enjoyed seeing the niglet get hauled off in the paddy wagon. The cop scared the daylights out of her.
    Of course, no mention of what the niglet did.

    • Replies: @Alden
    Was it mentioned the school called the police because the brat attacked 3 teachers? Now the school and the blacks make it seem as though the police just arrived on their own.

    Segregation now, segregation forever.
  37. @Sick of Orcs

    Investigators will only be able to collect DNA from juveniles in connection with felonies, sex crimes, firearm crimes or hate
    crimes, not misdemeanors.

     
    What a surprise, the State is keeping "hate crime" /thoughtcrime laws on the books. Must be for the new Wypipo-Only, "Suspected of Using n-word" Database.

    What a surprise, the State is keeping “hate crime” /thoughtcrime laws on the books. Must be for the new Wypipo-Only, “Suspected of Using n-word” Database.

    No. It’s New York. The hate crime database is there for “anti-semitic” acts.

  38. @Non PC Infidel
    When I went to work as a radiation worker, I had to have an FBI background check as well as submit my fingerprints. Not the same as DNA of course but it caused me no concern whatsoever. I wasn't worried in the least that my fingerprints might be used against me some day in the future. Why? Because I'm not a criminal and have no intention of ever committing any crimes. Risk factor zero. The same would be true of DNA.

    That's what blacks worry about though-the fear of getting caught in the future for some crime they've committed because their DNA is in a database. For them, it's a serious risk factor. Dey gots to protect demselves and dere chilrens! However, they can't say that though or admit it- so they come up with other "reasons" why it's wrong to collect DNA samples. It's nothing more than fake outrage to cover up their fear of consequences.

    Decades ago Los Angeles police department decided to ignore what was termed “ mild felonies” so as to hire more black and brown officers. Also relaxed the weight standards to accommodate all those basketball on stumps build Hispanic Indians.

  39. @Female in FL
    I watched that on WFTV, the Puerto Rican female anchor and the black guy reporting on the street were shocked about the video, it was so painful to watch. Not for me, I enjoyed seeing the niglet get hauled off in the paddy wagon. The cop scared the daylights out of her.
    Of course, no mention of what the niglet did.

    Was it mentioned the school called the police because the brat attacked 3 teachers? Now the school and the blacks make it seem as though the police just arrived on their own.

    Segregation now, segregation forever.

  40. @Steve Penfield
    Paul – great work as usual. On a related topic, I was wondering if you could possibly shed some light on the 1960’s rampage in over 110 cities by MLK’s followers immediately after his assassination in April 1968?

    As you likely know, most mainstream accounts of this event (like this one below) make excuses for urban black “frustration” and employ passive language techniques of “riots erupting” spontaneously.

    https://www.encyclopedia.com/history/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/race-riots-1960s

    I’d love to see some contemporary pictures from 1968, along with your insights, to remind folks what non-stop race-baiting (and welfare mentality) has done to this country. Most of that history is buried and forgotten. Thanks

    Friend of mine was in real danger. She was a probation officer in Oakland, lived in San Francisco . By 5/pm there was a lot of blacks being blacks. 3 blacks spotted her and followed her across the bridge and through San Francisco. She drove to Richmond police station right up on the sidewalk and laid on the horn. When some officers came out the Orcs drove away. After that she always carried her gun and transferred to San Francisco as soon as possible.

    Addition to the bad effects of WW2. The migration of blacks to destroy entire cities.

    Nothing really happened in San Francisco as I remember. The police force was still mostly White and despised blacks. One of the worst black neighborhoods is near downtown and the police just established a blockade to keep them contained. Can’t have city hall, the federal building civic center, Saks 5th Av, I Magnins Nieman Marcus and all those expensive stores and 5 star hotels looted can we? The black politicians weren’t rabble rousers.

    They pretended to be talented tenth. I heard Willie Brown sent out his minions to persuade the blacks to behave. His district was that near downtown black neighborhood. But it was full of White gay men sick and tired of being robbed, burglarized and beaten by the neighborhood Orcs. The gays were getting politically active by then. Combination of gay pressure on the politicians and racist White police probably kept things quiet. I think there was a curfew strictly enforced. Only 2 black areas. So it was easy to keep them contained.

    The next day everybody went to work, the schools were safe as far as I remember. Only because the police were allowed to do their job.

    Blacks are blacks. But it’s possible to keep then controlled by strict law enforcement.

  41. @Female in FL
    Those youngsters are going to wind up as criminals anyway, might as well have the DNA to save time and money. Look at the ages of the feral in the Barnard College murder for an example.
    Plus, what were they doing at the police station in the first place?

    Those youngsters are going to wind up as criminals anyway, might as well have the DNA to save time and money.

    Make the collection and cataloging of two DNA samples at maternity wards a Medicaid requirement. A ghetto mom’s DNA can go a long way in solving crime. Don’t like it? Pay for the hospital & obstetrician yourself.

  42. The Harlem blacks destroyed their own neighborhood after MLK They mostly respected the 95 th st boundary. One White person who greatly benefited from the destruction of his family grocery in Harlem was a young man named Barry Schwartz.

    He had been thinking of getting a loan on the property to go into the rag trade with a childhood friend. But letting the friend run the garment factory while he , Barry, kept running the Harlem grocery store.

    After the smoke cleared and the Orcs were exhausted. Barry and his friend went to check on the store. It was destroyed. Barry said “I’m outta Harlem” He and his friend finished smashing up the store and he left Harlem for good.
    The partner and friend’s name is Calvin Klein

    52 years later the Orcs still complain about food deserts

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