The right answer

The news is out: [In February 2019, Nijeer Parks was accused of shoplifting candy and trying to hit a police officer with a car at a Hampton Inn in Woodbridge, New Jersey. He had been identified by police using facial recognition software, even though he was 30 miles away at the time of the incident.
Parks spent 10 days in jail and paid around $5,000 to defend himself. In November 2019, the case was dismissed for lack of evidence.
Parks, 33, is now suing the police, the prosecutor and the city of Woodbridge for false arrest, false imprisonment and violation of his civil rights.
He is the third person known to be falsely arrested based on a bad facial recognition match. In all three cases, the people mistakenly identified by the technology have been Black men.]

Blacks should accept no apologies, no handshakes; only a certified check with many zeroes will do. That’s your only recourse to right the wrong that has been done to you.

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