WSJ#3 - 4 I am more worried about the police checking...

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Garrett Barnes WSJ #3 1. Police Boost Security after Subway Shooting, Associate Press, 9- 21-09, A14 2. The Social Implications of Diversity, pg 83 3. The police in Mexico is a local subway are now checking random people for guns after a man opened fired in the subway station killing 2 and injuring 8. The shooter, who was wounded by the police is now is custody and undergoing psychological exams to determine whether he is stable or not.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. I am more worried about the police checking random people for guns on the subway and only checking people who ‘look’ like a killer. A minority might be checked instead of a local who might be carrying a gun so why is it up to them to decide who gets checked? It should be that everybody gets checked, no questions asked. 5. I learned that you cannot put people in groups such as racial profiling, look at everyone equally....
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