We were tired years ago, So what are we now? He reminds me of every old black man I know. When I see his face & hear his story, I don't see a Police officer. I see a man. He went to work, took care of his family, and tried to save the neighborhood's children. I read about Mr. Bailey in Mary Mitchell's article Monday and he was just a regular guy. He wanted to help his people. It's crazy that the neighborhood he fought to protect killed him? How about less than 4 blocks away from where he was savagely murdered, his funeral will be held. We should all should ashamed of OURSELVES.