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Ed Begley Jr.
FYI "DWB" = driving while black, according to Irving Domingo Lorenzo, Jr., aka "Gotti" (as if). Within 4 minutes of the very first episode they start in on the anti-white racism. "So you got arrested.. white cop, huh" .. he says to his teenage son the morning after being arrested and spending the night in jail. Yeah, it's all due to the white cop out profiling and looking for black kids in NYC driving Bentley's to arrest. Please. Your son broke several laws.. failure to signal a turn was the reason why the police stopped him. The smell of weed and excessive smoke in the car, by your own sons admission, resulted in the arrest for possession and driving under the influence. He was arrested, spent the night in jail until you bailed him out. The same as it would be for ANYONE of ANY skin color, ANYWHERE in the USA.
And for the record, news flash, white people are the MINORITY in the NYC police department, as well as the NYC general population!
WE tv (owned by AMC), enough with the propagating racism already... you aren't helping our society, in fact you're only doing it harm, with all of these racist shows. Ironic how you (and all of the people featured on this particular series) made your fortune from a white majority of viewers (or white kid teenage fans in the 90's hip hop scene) and now you turn around and promote this anti-white garbage?! You're welcome and thank you so so much!
that neat! nk and next. FAIL.
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