DAVID CLARKE (FORMER MILWAUKEE SHERIFF): Yeah, first of all, I don't have all the facts. Nobody does at this point in time. But I'm glad you brought up that these five law enforcement officers -- former law enforcement officers -- still maintain their presumption of innocence. They have not had their due process. They have not had their day in court. No matter how heinous the situation is, I don't care even if it's a perpetrator that commits a heinous crime, they're still entitled to due process in the United States of America. So, you know, we'll have to wait and see on that.
However, this inflammatory rhetoric that's being thrown around by that clown that you just showed the footage of, he's just fanning the flames. That is not necessary. If we want to label this thing, it's Black on Black crime. How about that one? Five Black officers, a Black perpetrator. It's the kind of Black on Black violence that we see perpetrated every single day in this country in Black communities across the country. In Milwaukee last week, an 11-year-old was killed by a 14-year-old. They were filming a video for TikTok, for heaven's sakes. I didn't see Benjamin Crump saying he was coming to town. I didn't hear -- what's his name there from New York? Al Sharpton. I didn't see him come to ask to eulogize the 11-year-old. And you don't get the emotion that you get out of something like this because there's a cop involved. So everybody's just got to hold on, for heaven's sakes. I know they don't have the discipline to do that, the left. But they're going to have to because sometimes, like in Ferguson, Missouri - hands up, don't shoot. The video doesn't say it all. We'll see. But let's let the process play itself out. And then we can come to some conclusions.