Critics responded strongly to Monday’s “expert” allegations, using the term “looting” to describe the recent massive theft from California retailers that could be related to colored races. It should not be used because it is.
According to the Bay Area’s local ABC affiliate, the California Penal Code does not allow the use of the term “looting” to describe theft involving large numbers of people because the definition did not match the law. It was. As defined by law. He also quoted two individuals called “experts”. They explained that the term is reminiscent of blacks and the colored races associated with looting.
“According to the California Penal Code, what we saw was not looting,” he said. “Criminal law refers to looting as an” emergency “, a” local emergency “, or a” theft or robbery “during an” evacuation order “due to an earthquake, fire, flood, riot, or other natural or man-made disaster. Is defined as. “”