But in the end, all crime should be addressed by law enforcement. The policing in one's neighborhood is suppose to address crime. When it doesn't then you need better policing (and more jobs and opportunities would help). But what is happening now, is the victims of black crime--black people--are being held responsible. Are whites, Asians, latinos, who also have high intraracial crime rate, ever made to feel responsible for white-on-white crime or latino-on-latino crime? But black-on-black crime has become a racial indictment. If all folks intraracial crime rates are not on trial, then neither should ours. We have a right to speak out especially when others races are not being regularly killed by police officers.
You see, the incongruity is that the folks that are suppose to help stop crime in black neighborhoods--the police--are killing us. And it is not like they are shooting us while we're engaged in a criminal act. If police can bring in a white person accused of murder safely, then why are they unable to do so with not even a black suspect but a black person they stop routinely? The issue is not intraracial crime but the inability of those who are suppose to serve and protect you, to do so.
P.S. To kill without a lawful trial, by the way, is also the definition of lynching. Think about it!