In this sound byte, Neal Boortz laments the ridiculousness of those at a Wisconsin university who believe that identifying a suspect by race is an intolerable affront to humanity.
A black rights group was quoted as saying: “The repeated black, black, black suspect and what it does is really discomforting the mental and physical comfort of the students on campus because they feel the suspicions begin to increase.” As a result, police were also encouraged to take racial sensitivity training.
The VP of Student Affairs response: “I firmly believe that a well-informed community is an asset to public safety. I believe that sharing more information in our crime alerts, not less, is most beneficial in terms of for public safety — especially when that information is available.”
“Score one for the good guys,” said Boortz.