What are you talking about? What do you mean by "accept" those statistics? Accept they exist? That would be nice. Accept they mean all cops are rascist? No. Accept that these statistics, rather than being meaningless, heavily imply a racial bias to police operational behavior, which in all previous posts you have done your best to downplay? Yes, that would have been nice.
Accept that they mean exactly what you want them to mean without context to the numbers. That they imply a racial bias is a given, but the why and what are much more important, which is something you can only start looking into when the numbers are given context. Until then, they're just numbers.
As for downplay, yes, I suppose I have, because in the past decade or so, whenever a mistake is made and an innocent is shot, the police officer in question is demonized. So forgive me for trying to make sure this person, however in the wrong he is, doesn't get turned into someone who should be burned at the proverbial stake.
You've done this before. You doubt a narrative, pushing that it isn't true, then when called out on that play the mistreated skeptic, not realizing that skeptic is a neutral ("Do those statistics acount for X, Y and Z" - a skeptic vs. "those statistics are meaningless" - not a skeptic). You will always be able to request more context, so claiming statistics are meaningless without context is just a good way to dismiss stats you don't like.
1: Doubting a narrative and pushing that it isn't true are two different things, I did the former, not the latter.
2: Those statistics are meaningless without context because they say precious little on their own.
3: Asking for more context on these numbers does not mean I will do so forever, there is a difference between no and some context.
4: "play the mistreated skeptic card"? What even is that? What does that have to do with anything?
5: And finally, I did not dismiss them, not even in the slightest, you just threw numbers at me and that's it, tell me more about them and then we can talk.
So keep your personal jabs to yourself and actually try to prove me wrong instead of putting words in my mouth such as first claiming I don't believe in racial bias and then claiming I dismiss statistics I don't like. If you cannot, then this conversation is over.