Why is it that when a crime is committed, if the perpetrator is a white, it is OK to point out the person's race? However, when the perpetrator is a "minority", anybody that points out the perpetrator's race is called a racist? When a white police officer is involved in an altercation with a "minority", "minorities" always seem to bring up the race of the officer and the race of "victim". If "minorities" want to see the world from a racial viewpoint, then why shouldn't whites? I think whites should do the same. When a crime is committed in your neighborhood or state, pay attention to the race of the perpetrator and the race of the victim. "Minorities" do it every day. Why shouldn't we?