Hispanic Miami police captain under fire for claiming he's black due to 'one drop rule'

Source: NBC News - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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99% Conservative


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European Union
Common Core
Travel Ban
Abortion
LGBT Rights

Sentiments

80% "And if you know anything about the one drop rule, which started in the 20th century, which is what identifies and defines what a ..."
77% "Ortiz was allowed to defend himself against numerous accusations at the meeting, and insisted that he was in fact a black male because of ..."
75% "Ortiz also penned a letter four years ago from the Miami police union threatening to boycott Beyonce's Miami concert performances after declaring her 2016 ..."
71% "Ortiz, who is a former president of Miami's Fraternal Order of Police union, has been the subject of scrutiny in a number of past ..."
62% "Stanley Jean-Poix of identifying himself as a black male on police exams in an effort to get a promotion.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

80% : "And if you know anything about the one drop rule, which started in the 20th century, which is what identifies and defines what a black man is, or a negro."
77% : Ortiz was allowed to defend himself against numerous accusations at the meeting, and insisted that he was in fact a black male because of the "one drop rule.
75% : Ortiz also penned a letter four years ago from the Miami police union threatening to boycott Beyonce's Miami concert performances after declaring her 2016 Super Bowl performance "anti-police."
71% : Ortiz, who is a former president of Miami's Fraternal Order of Police union, has been the subject of scrutiny in a number of past incidents.
62% : Stanley Jean-Poix of identifying himself as a black male on police exams in an effort to get a promotion.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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