http://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...ng-charlotte-keith-lamont-scott-a7322151.html Based on these statistics (click to read), does this mean black men have legitimate reasons to run from other black men, white men have twice the legitimate reasons to run from police, etc? How come no mention of women in the article, doesn't that make it all sexist? Both articles have far more. When the second article discusses people who were shot, those shot had their races revealed. How many of the police were white, black, whatever? How come far fewer ask "Has anyone profiled the police along with the people being shot?" or "Why are the people being shot?" and "Hmmm, the guy who got shot's friend told him 'Don't do it!' before getting shot, isn't that being taken into consideration?"