Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Clayton County 'Too Black For It's Own Good'

Jonesboro, GA
Several years ago when Victor Hill took over as sheriff of Clayton County, he instituted a policy similar to that of Dekalb County CEO Vernon Jones, forcing out White police officers in favor of blacks. He probably never guessed that within a few short years black crime would be rampant throughout the county.

In an effort to combat the sky rocketing crime rate in the county, Hill has authorized his officers to target blacks who are playing loud music, littering and loitering in the county. Although these are fairly petty crimes, the officers have found that investigations of these lesser crimes often lead to arrests on warrants for more serious offenses.

News video from Fox 5 Atlanta:

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