Resisting arrest, resisting arrest, and oh... resisting arrest.
Yes, being black is an excellent way to get charged with resisting arrest.
It's often the only
charge, and since you can't arrest someone for resisting until they actually resist...
Police work is life or death.
Yes, it is. It's a fairly dangerous occupation (although not in the top 10-20, in terms of deaths per capita), and hundreds or thousands of officers are killed every year in car accidents.
What if the public IS part of the problem? They can never be called out because people won't like it?
Exactly. It's perfectly fine for these minorities to have their causes and things, as long as they behave. But if they get all uppity obviously you have to put them in their place, or we might have to, y'know, actually change things, or feel uncomfortable or something. And really, who has time for that?
BLM might as well be a domestic terrorism organization.
Yes, a touch under 33% of the BLM movement is a domestic terrorism organisation.
In that it's mostly domestic, but neither terrorism nor an organisation.
that is not a racial consideration when it happens to twice as many whites.
I don't think you know what 'twice as many' means.
There's also the consideration of the sort of thing that gets you shot, which is markedly different. Look at the Bundy ranch standoff, where a bunch of white people pointed guns at police and none of them were shot at. Look at the police shooting a black guy because they thought the white guy next to him had a gun (it was a toy truck). Or the police ordering a black guy to present their licence and registration, then shouting 'gun!' when he predictably reached into his car, and shooting him.