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Jonathan Alledada's release will split us even further and cause more unnecessary shots



On Friday, mostly a white and a Spanish jury, they failed to convict Jonathan Elda, a white, Latin American law enforcement officer from northern Miami, for the shooting of black-behavioral therapist Charles Kinsey.

It did not matter that Kinsey was lying on the ground. It was not important he had lifted his hands. The jury was not even interested in Kinsey asking the police not to shoot or that the commander had told the officers not to shoot. They blocked three charges and justified one.

The decision will surely divide us. It is even safer to send a message to white men and police officers that they can shoot blacks without fear of punishment.

This happened because the jury system was falsified against African-Americans. In this experience and in most other blacks are under-represented.

As Ashi S. Joshi and Christina T. Klein write on the American Lawyers' Association website in 201

5, the jury and jury are mostly white. Joshi and Klein quote a federal judge saying: "If you are not completely blind, the judge can not help, but he realizes that when 100 people come to court to choose jury, there are one or two or none that are visible minorities. " 19659007] This is also a problem because so many of the White and Latin American people serving the jury are racist. I'm not saying that every non-black person in Miami is one. But I say most of them are.

Jonathan Elda was guilty and he got out. The same thing happened after George Zimmermann killed Traveled Martin in 2012. This makes the judiciary a bad one, and that makes every guy in the Miami-Dade County look worse.

In 1989, when the Spanish policeman from Miami, William Lozano, shot a black man named Clement Lloyd and escaped with him, there were riots. This will not happen this time, but the reaction will be equally violent – in social media. And maybe that's good. The people who run our government listen to social media. And sometimes they change the laws.

In the future, no judge should allow the court to continue if the jury does not represent the demographics of the community. If you enter a group with too few or no black people in the jury, you will get a wrongful conviction. And this will lead to even more unnecessary deaths and will divide the community even further.


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