"I'm looking at the trail of dead black people!"

Regarding the Baltimore case, Houck argued the police were just patrolling a high-crime neighborhood and asked, “What, are they gonna go around looking for white guys to stop when there’s none there?”

He told Hill he shouldn’t be making assumptions about the racial motivations of cops. Hill retorted that whatever might be in these officers’ heads, nothing justifies abusing people like what happened to Gray. And, he added, “White guys aren’t just turning up dead from police at the same rate that black people are!”

Houck pushed back and asked who commits more crimes in New York City, scolding Hill for the implication cops are “murdering people” when there are isolated incidents “out of the millions and millions.”