Stop Snitching Culture in Baltimore: Still No Arrest In Case Of 15-Year-Old Stabbed

Snitching - Stabbing Victim Ravens Superbowl ParadeMarch 4, 2013 – Segment 1

We discuss “snitching,” an act in which a person informs the police of illegal activity in the community, in light of the 15-year-old that was killed during the Ravens Superbowl Parade in Baltimore – a case in which no one has been charged despite witnesses.

An infringement of this code of silence could lead to witness intimidation or death. However, the refusal to cooperate with the police jeopardizes public safety and justice. Weighing in are:

  • Krishana Davis, multi-platform journalist;
  • U.S Attorney for the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, Rod Rosenstein;
  • and Dante Wilson, CEO of Reclaiming Our Children and Community Project, Inc.