Barr: I Don’t Think There’s Systemic Racism in Law Enforcement

‘I think there may be individuals and there are individuals who may have bias... ‘

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BARR: “No, I don’t think there’s systemic — well, I do think there’s racism in the country. Now, systemic in terms of the law enforcement and the police agencies, I don’t think there is systemic law enforcement in those agencies. I think there may be individuals and there are individuals who may have bias and sometimes that may emerge and be manifested in some act but I don’t think it’s systemic.”

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