Does a black cop think of himself as a house negro taught to rat out his black brother?

During the racial riots in Baton Rouge, LA, Black Lives Matter activist Deray McKesson was unlawfully arrested to remove him from the masses because his presence fueled the persistence. It's the old battle rule of killing the leader to demoralize the fighters.

A black cop was commanded by his white bosses to participate in the arrest. Of course if he disobeyed, he would have been fired, so he will always turn on his black brother to remain in the favor of his white master. This was the method used to keep African slaves in check for 400 years.

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| July, 11th, 2016

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