As Paul Kersey notes
below, the ACLU of Louisiana has released a statement
saying widespread video surveillance in New Orleans would have a disparate racial impact, with Black people more likely to be misidentified as suspects and disproportionately placed under surveillance" and would have "a chilling effect on our public life – stifling New Orleans’ vibrant, free-wheeling atmosphere".
I've constructed this from the crime news of Nola.com,
the same paper that was reporting
the ACLU's whining.
It suggests that New Orleans’ vibrant, free-wheeling atmosphere
probably needs a little stifling, and I don't see how, in 60 percent black city, blacks could
be disproportionately placed under surveillance.
After all, in America, where blacks are ten percent of the population, they commit (disproportionately ) half the murders. What percentage of the murders and other crimes will they commit in a 60 percent black city?
It turns out, almost all of them. You can click on any of the pictures below to be taken to the underlying story.