Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.
From the "it could happen in Virginia" department:
Workers at Oregon's Driver and Motor Vehicle Services have turned in nearly 200 people to police for suspicious documentation, an effort that overwhelmingly singled out Latinos.
This summer, the DMV changed a long-standing policy: Rather than simply refuse service to customers suspected of presenting phony or altered documents to obtain licenses or identification, employees began to alert police.
From June through August, 140 people were turned in to police -- roughly 94 percent of them with Latino names, according to DMV records obtained by The Oregonian.
Question for ya: If Latinos commit
"roughly 94 percent" of the document fraud
encountered by the DMV, due to their—shall we say, "slightly undocumented?"—status, does it really
count as "singling" them out?
What about the fact that Whites commit on the order of 70 percent
of all "white collar" crime? Does that mean that attempts to crack down on our
"crime-spree" are "singling" us
Personally, I suspect that the Latinos involved, due to their continued
violation of American law, have "cornered the market" on documentation crimes.
This article is yet another example of the droll, completely
idiotic reporting that comes from our disgustingly-P.C. newsrooms.