When I said "imagine it was me being shot by a cop in the place of any of those black men in the USA, would you still hold that loyalty to the judiciary system?" the only answer i got was "if it was justified and you had broken a law or represent a danger to the community or police officers, then yes."
The thing is, dad, this isn't about breaking the law or even being a danger to the people/cops. It's about the dehumanization and oppression of the individual, mainly black people, when in direct contact with those who hold the power or exercise the so called "laws".
From an analytically point of view, i do understand that he feels the need to defend the institution he works for, since the people tend to turn against the police, globally, and therefore they are constantly in a position of being hated and shunned upon, but this is a real thing, this isn't about miss communications, or bad readings of the situation, this is full thought murder, abuse of power, and disrespect.
The US police, besides braking the law themselves are getting gratuitous pardon and protection when it comes to their actions, and that can't be justified. Only my father things it can, and that just scared me.