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Old 08-25-2013, 04:34 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Waves View Post
so you think that if drugs were decriminalized all of a sudden the numbers would average out?

you dont think poor people tend to commit more crimes and black people tend to be poor, so therefore a = b, b = c, a = c?

im pretty sure the justice system is also racist as fuck and would be racist as fuck no matter what our drug policy is.

distilling down complicated social factors to just one influencing element seems simplistic and naive to me.
The sheer numbers would be dramatically different because of the lopsided % being incarcerated for drug offenses. Not saying that makes our justice system less racist mind you.
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