Originally Posted by rivrrat
Incorrect. They arrest when evidence points to the person possibly being guilty. Guilt is decided in a court of law, not by the officers.
To take that a step further, there have been clear cases where Joe Shoe's approach has been tried in the past.
Ironically, they also extend to police looking the other way when a white man kills a black person.
saying that this example in February is racist because there is insufficient evidence to that effect (IMO), but the above IS the type of crap that giving the cops this sort of "discretion" leads to...