This case is representative of a faulty justice system and was an injustice to the victim's family regardless of the perpetrators race. It is beyond comprehension why this man was allowed to avoid accountability so many times even with the loss of a man's life, and repeated episodes of disregaridng the law. Indian seems to be unaware of, or chooses to disregard, the disporportionate number of African-American and minority men in jails, prison, etc., and not because they are more predisposed to criminal behavior. He also is a bit naive if he thinks there are no white gang members in Chattanooga. It has not been that long ago when the young Black man who shot a man at a local service station received a much stiffer penalty than the white man who killed a woman in the UNUM parking lot, then lied and said his car was stolen. Both resulted in the loss of an innocent life. The guilty should be punished regardless of race or socio-economic status.