The kid in Ohio who was shot because he had a toy gun,
A toy gun that had been painted to look like a real gun. That he was pointing at a cop... a rookie cop. I don't think there's much dispute that a better trained cop (like his partner) would not have shot the kid, but of all the incidents, it seems the most reasonable.
The police in NY clearly should have gone to trial, and, based on what I saw, jail
I assume Michael Brown became the poster child because the local community organized, which gave news crews something to film, which lead to more people, etc. in the snowball effect. And the facts of the case seem to be disputable.
Why you choose to further the narrative that gun owners are somehow racists or bigots is beyond me. here is no basis in reality for it...
Okay, first, there seems to be a correlation, esp. among people who don't know many gun owners, between gun ownership and crazy racist. Look at Cliven Bundy, or Ted Nugent. Now, that's a skewed sample, but it's the sample most people have.
Second, the NRA itself promotes this. The most recent 35 ads I could find for the NRA feature white people. Same with the first few pages on their website.
I'm not saying they're correct, but it's easy to see how those views could form.