Part 4 of my series on Race, Crime, and Policing
William K. Black
August 2, 2016 Bloomington, MN
Part 3 of this series began the explanation of the hypocrisy of the New York Times in its treatment of the sociologist Michael Eric Dyson’s blood libels against police and whites as a race. Part 3 focused on the terrible timing of Dyson’s op ed in the NYT. The ambush murders of Dallas law enforcement officers (LEOs) falsified Dyson’s blood libels while the ink was still figuratively wet on his op ed.
I first need to reprise for the reader the NYT’s hypocritical attack on former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani while ignoring Dyson’s blood libels.