Leo Terrell: No Systemic Racism in U.S. Law Enforcement

‘I want to be very clear, White House, Al Sharpton, Ben Crump, no systemic racism exist and I challenge my colleague to give me the name of the town, police department and head of the police department now on national TV’

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TERRELL: "Thank you very much for having me on your program and asking me that question. I make my comments based on 30 years of being a civil rights attorney and suing law enforcement. I want to put this to bed right now. There is no systemic racism within law enforcement in this country. Especially in Democratic cities where people of color are running the cities. I would challenge the White House and my colleague, to name me the town, let's not just say the word, name me the town, Harris, name me the head of the department that is implementing a pattern and practice of racial discrimination against people of color. I want to be very clear, White House, Al Sharpton, Ben Crump, no systemic racism exists, and I challenge my colleague to give me the name of the town, the name of the police department and the head of the department right now on national TV."

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