Originally posted by FishHead111
Seems like he has more to fear from other blacks than the police.
Given the statistics of blacks murdered/attacked/assaulted in the US. please look them up before commenting.
What the statistics are is not relevant to whether or not one is more of a threat than the other unless either they are uniform country wide and to all people, or he is forced to go to a random location and behave randomly.
The reality is that what is a threat to you depends heavily on location and behaviour (and as this case highlights, race).
But more importantly for this case, whether or not something else is more of a threat than the one he has stated is irrelevant to his case. The only question that needs to be answered with regards to his case is whether or not his fear of being killed by the police should he be deported to the US is a legitimate fear. I would say it is not legitimate.
If he goes to certain locations or behaves in a certain way then he might well be at risk of being killed by the police, but simply by being black in the US he is not at significant risk and can do much to mitigate said risks without leaving the country.