let's not assume that because BP is a West Indian from Barbados that he'd possibly know the demographics of Aruba
perhaps someone here knows better than we do. BP, perhaps?
LOLOLOLOLO! Yeah..like we know the demographics for negros in the congo.
OK I don't know much about Aruba either, but from what I have seen in following this case I have some concerns about Aruba's justice system.
It does appear that the black men were arrested because
one of the three guys she was with claimed "a dark man" grabbed her. It took days before these last people to see her alive were even detained? That strikes me as odd. Word has it these guys were from prominent families.
Not so with the suspects, they were just lower-class guards.
And even if the country is mostly black, white people run the government from what I understand.
That is exactly what Iím saying. These low class guards are still in jail tonight. They were detained because the police were suspicious of them. It does strike me as odd that the police did not see the white boys as being suspicious considering the fact that the were the last ones to see the girl alive. I mean, all you have to do is say ďa dark manĒ did this that and the other and the police will def. find a black man to arrest. The same thing happened with that white girl Susan Smith who killed her kids and blamed it on a black man.
Muthafucker, I knew it! I knew it! Oh well...
This is terrible. I know its not the US, but still . . .it could happen here, too. And the sad part is that for us, the racial profiling overshadows the girls disappearance. The girl is gone, but we are concerned about the injustice done to African Americans. Too bad we can't just focus on crimes when they are committed . . .we still have to consider racism and racial profiling in the mix.
Which leads to further distrust of the legal system by blacks, which continues the spiraling circle of ignorance with respect to legal issues . . .dang.