Are you white? If so its cool, you can probably forget about US drug laws, they only sort of apply to you.
Having an actual attorney (i.e. not a public defender) can help with avoiding jail time too, but that's a financial issue.
Anyway, the point is that you will still go to jail if you get caught with a large amount of drugs and/or are a repeat offender, regardless of race.
In a country full of racism cops are like 10x as likely to be seriously racist and they have the power to enforce that shit. And that's besides them just using the okayness of racism to be generally violent and get away with illegal shit.
Did you beat the shit out of a suspect for no reason? If so are they black? If yes here is your commendation.
Being white certainly doesn't make you immune to jail, however. As far as "soft drugs" like marijuana are concerned, you are probably less likely to go to jail for that in PA if you are black since in Philadelphia possession of up to 30 grams is considered a summary offense (i.e. like a traffic ticket) whereas it's a misdemeanor in the rest of the state.
Around here cops are pretty much equal assholes to everyone. I've had cops beat me up and rob me, one even bashed in my knee with a baton.
If it makes you feel any better, I was in Maine all weekend and read the Sat., Sun., & Mon. morning papers. This was not mentioned once.
Is it usual for the papers to mention politicians' shit-flinging? I mean, there's a lot of it, maybe even too much to be worth reporting on.
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The thing I have the hardest time wrapping my head around is how someone could be a medical doctor and deny embryology. I mean denying evolution is pretty stupid as well, but I digress.
Here is when you might want to kill yourself though: http://maddowblog.msnbc.com/_news/20...committee?lite
I can't imagine having to live in fear of the police, over here in Belgium the term 'public servant' actually has meaning. They don't harass people (not even brown people), they don't talk down (ever).
They treat you like your baker or butcher would, as in they are there to serve you.
If a cop bashed in someone's knee over here or robbed them then it would be in the news for weeks and weeks.
If they stop you here your biggest concern is losing some money over a ticket, the thought of a gun pointed at you (let alone getting shot) would never come to mind, nor would the thought of getting beaten or dragged out of your car or getting arrested.
If I lived in a place where I had to be scared everytime a cop talked to me or pulled me over... I would move... to a place that didn't feel like it was under military law.