You are making a lot of assumptions based on your own opinions.
It's not very factual.
There is no data that shows racial bias in US law enforcement.
It's a myth.
The numbers of black-on-black murders are astronomical, and should be a main focus of BLM.
But they rather want to play the victim card and blame whites for all the problems in the black community.
But there is. Police on Black violence is a thing. How is that something we can not or should not talk about along with violence between people?
Maybe we should talk about violence not being the first step for anyone? "I don't like what he is wearing so I am going to kick his ass!" or "I don't like his bumper sticker so I am going to wave my gun at him!" or "I don't like how close he got to my woman so I am going to punch him!" and so on and so forth.
Maybe we need mental health so we can deal with our individual rage issues. And, at the same time, we can stop buying military weapons for the police. These are not one issue. They are many issues we need to deal with all at once. It is hard to do but we need to do this.
Those police brutality issues are few and far between. I do agree that it should be spoken about and law enforcement be held to higher standards, of course.
But I will give you my stance BLM does not care about black people, and there is no systemic racism, and most of the issues in black communities are due to self insecurities and victim carding. White man this white man that. I do not have any form of privilege because I am white (I remember being shot multiple times by BB guns going to my friend's house, because I was the only white person on that apartment complex)... .yet despite that most of my closest friends are black.
The advent of camera phones over the past decade or so has rather given the lie to the 'few and far between' argument.
Since this case has created such uproar since it is just the latest of many, caught on camera, plus others not but so indicative of at least very poor training and often, face it, outright racism.
And the officers mostly walk. Often back on the streets.
Before this one, the last unjustified shooting was by an ex cop. The redneck father and son on that jogger.
There are numerous examples and you can find them on platforms such as You Tube, of outright brutality, should you choose to look.
Not all racist granted, like the naked man, clearly having a severe mental episode, no weapon (and nowhere to hide it), gunned down for no reason when the large number of cops facing him opened up. Like an ill trained militia, which they sort of were.
The homeless man outside ABQ, dazed looking, shot down by volleys of gunfire, rifles, shotguns, the lot.
Maybe in some states PD's the training time for someone working in a nail bar really should not be longer than for a cop joining them.
Might be an idea to do proper background checks too, since it's been years since warnings that far right hate groups were trying to get members with no priors (admittedly not easy for them), to join police forces, were flagged up.