US Mass Murders: It Was Pitch Black, But We Saw The Perps From A Thousand Miles Away

In "Cotton Comes to Harlem," the witness described the perp as a Blackman.  The detective then informed him it was a dark and rainy night, and asked how he was sure the perp was Black. The witness replied: He walked Black. Whenever we have these mass murders, in my Black community, they pray that it is not a Blackman. Considering the above graphics, the observation of the witness in "Cotton Comes to Harlem" is informative of the color of the perp in US' mass killings.

 

The question asked becomes relevant when posed: Do we need to take away Americans gun to get to the root cause of the problem and fix it?

Comments

opher goodwin Added Feb 16, 2018 - 5:54pm
Well Racism is still extant in Trumpland.
Thomas Sutrina Added Feb 17, 2018 - 8:31am
The movie just shows what is already known, eyewitnesses are not accurate.  Scientific American tells us, " Innocence Project researchers have reported that 73 percent of the 239 convictions overturned through DNA testing were based on eyewitness testimony. One third of these overturned cases rested on the testimony of two or more mistaken eyewitnesses. .... highly confident eyewitnesses are generally only slightly more accurate—and sometimes no more so—than those who are less confident. ... psychologists have found that memories are reconstructed rather than played back each time we recall them. The act of remembering, says eminent memory researcher and psychologist Elizabeth F. Loftus of the University of California, Irvine, is “more akin to putting puzzle pieces together than retrieving a video recording.” ...
A number of factors can reduce the accuracy of eyewitness identifications. Here are some of them:

Extreme witness stress at the crime scene or during the identification process.
Presence of weapons at the crime (because they can intensify stress and distract witnesses).
Use of a disguise by the perpetrator such as a mask or wig.
A racial disparity between the witness and the suspect.
Brief viewing times at the lineup or during other identification procedures.
A lack of distinctive characteristics of the suspect such as tattoos or extreme height."

 
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/do-the-eyes-have-it/
Doug Plumb Added Feb 17, 2018 - 9:08am
The law profession has always taken eyewitness accounts as the weakest form of evidence for almost a thousand years.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Feb 17, 2018 - 9:39am
Then how comes many brothers went to jail because blind eyewitnesses fingered them in a time pre DNA?
Tubularsock Added Feb 17, 2018 - 3:41pm
Dr. Green, you already know THAT answer! The same reason that a “brother” gets LIFE for smoking a joint and a white guy gets counseling. “Blind” justice!
 
And you can sure tell that arrests and convictions are done alphabetically because “B” comes before “W”.
 
And that is sure something because it even happens in the South and they can’t spell worth shit!
Shane Laing Added Feb 18, 2018 - 4:49pm
Dr Green, White Lines: Grandmaster Flash.
A street kid gets arrested, gonna do some time
He got out three years from now just to commit more crime
A businessman is caught with 24 kilos
He's out on bail and out of jail
And that's the way it goes
Says it all really.
Tubularsock Added Feb 18, 2018 - 6:16pm
Shane, Tubularsock says you are hitting 100%!
Bill Kamps Added Feb 23, 2018 - 2:50pm
Then how comes many brothers went to jail because blind eyewitnesses fingered them in a time pre DNA?
 
Why do you think? because it was convenient to send the brothers to jail and they had poor defense representation.  "Solved" the crime, and got another conviction on the belt of the District Attorney. 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Feb 24, 2018 - 6:40pm
yep to Shane, Tubu, and Bill.