Please demonstrate which deaths you are talking about that are "questionable." We know, concretely, from statistics that the narrative that the left continually uses to foment civil disobedience within the black community, i.e. the police target blacks and then just shoot them randomly is false. The left portrayed people like Michael Brown, and Freddy Gray, etc. as innocent angels who were just standing on a street corner eating a Popsicle and a policeman just walked up and shot them. Michael Brown and his friend were told to get out of the middle of the street. If they'd just done that, the officer would have moved on and nothing else would have happened. But Brown had just stolen some merchandise from a convenience store and assaulted the clerk there. But Wilson knew nothing about that. Didn't much matter, because Michael Brown charged the SUV Wilson was in, struggled for Wilson's gun and managed to shoot himself in the thumb with it. At that point he ran away from the SUV. Wilson told Brown to stop, and he did not, initially. But he turned around and charged Wilson and it was at that point he got shot. There was never, ever the "hands up, don't shoot" scenario that was floated by the media. That isn't what the eye witnesses said, and the Grand Jury didn't find that scenario to be true either. Somehow, Freddy Gray was injured in the back of the police van on his way to the station because he hadn't been secured properly, but that was not done to purposely harm him. The Baltimore prosecuter used this death to try and get Baltimore burned to the ground. 99% of the time a person, regardless of their race, is going to be shot by a police officer because they did not comply with their orders. That has nothing to do with race. The fact is, if a policeman gives you an order and you decide to not obey it and then try to run or attack the officer, you may well get shot. And a person who attacks a police officer should never be allowed to just run away afterwords. A person who is so calloused that they will attack a police officer presents a much higher clear and present danger to the public than a normal person.
As for the sarcastic high school comment, it kind of loses it's impact when you text speak it first and then demonstrate that you can spell it out completely. I have no problem with words that are often and consistently abbreviated, or initials are used in their place, like "HS." But use "b" in place of "be?" Really? It takes that long to add the extra "e"to the word?