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The first story takes place in Los-Angeles where Jim Losey is a Police officer who struggles with his own existence as a low-paid worker He has his own concept of fighting the crime and he is a person who is a bit powerful hiding behind a badge that hide a real prejudiced person We believe facts and hate affected his life along the years At first he was a great cop but now he is racist He thinks troubles and crimes come from black people We also believe he is not the only one Fewer articles show us the sad truth In this case an article from the New-York Times illustrates perfectly a resemblance In April last year an incident took place in New Jersey Two state troopers were indicted on attempted murder after a routine traffic stop Three of four unarmed black people have been shot for no real apparent reason We can easily find few similarities with both cases Jim believes black people should be punished his way and not just put in jail He even admits he has hurt someone before without being caught He calls that tricks He probably thinks his badge can protect him allow him to do certain things or make it easier for him to do those things He also believes it is right but it is not really right for the majority of us We can imagine the reason why those state troopers have shot these poor people and used a ridiculous excuse They probably thought they would get along with that just because they are cops Jim also dreams about a life style he does not have and has to blame somebody for it He directed his anger on colored people and doing that he generalized it the wrong way He is doing his job with a passion and does not agree with politics This article shows how much Jim believes the press reviled
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