Remember a few months when a Black Lives Matter activist targeted a white police officers house in Indianapolis? Oh... wait. Never happened. It wasn't part of the national narrative nor produced they requisite dialogue responsible for demeaning white people properly for their systemic racism, implicit bias or white privilege.
It was a story confirming too many stereotypes.
Can't have that.
Well, now in a 90 percent white suburban community of Indianapolis, seven police cars were vandalized as they sat idle in the driveways of homeowners in the aptly named 'Whitestown'. [Vulgar vandal in Whitestown targets police officers from four different departments, Fox59.com, 2-2-17]:
WHITESTOWN, Ind. — Police in Whitestown are searching for someone who vandalized several squad cars and a home belonging to local police officers.The vandal used some profane language targeting officers from four different police departments who all live in Whitestown.
Written in marker, the obscene message on the side of a Whitestown police SUV read F*** WPD.
“This is somebody that is attacking the central core of our community,” said Whitestown police chief Dennis Anderson.
A garage door belonging to one police officer has since been scrubbed clean, but the officer that lives in the home had the same indecent message written on his door.
“This is not something we will allow to happen in this community,” said Anderson.
Chief Anderson says the vandal also used a knife to puncture several tires on police cars belonging to four agencies, Whitestown, Westfield, Lebanon and Speedway.
All the officers live in one of two Whitestown housing additions.
“The coward that did this is stealing from all of us. This is doing damage to the taxpayers,” said Anderson.
Despite the national climate of many people disrespecting law enforcement, the Whitestown chief says that’s not a problem they’ve experienced and were definitely surprised by the vandalism.
“I believe it’s someone that had interaction with the police department and has an axe to grind,” said Anderson.
The chief is now asking people that may have surveillance video in the two neighborhoods to call police. He also made a promise to the vulgar vandal.
“This is something we will not tolerate regardless of who you are. We will find you and prosecute you to the full extent of the law,” said Anderson.The culprit might just be a couple of white teenagers, out for revenge over a speeding ticket.
It might be.
Or, it could be the racial animosity one can feel in every crime report coming out of Indianapolis, where the white majority is not so quietly being pushed out of the city in preparation for the impending of the city's first black mayor (a sign Democrats now control the past, present, and future of a city).
For a few years now, SBPDL has argued Indianapolis is the city to keep your eyes on for a huge racial incident.
We stand by this prediction today.