In a city in Indiana, an African American police officer driving an unmarked police car was pulled over by an officer from a different agency. The officer in the vehicle was wearing his uniform, but he did not have his hat on, which would have identified him as a police officer from the perspective of someone outside the vehicle. According to a complaint in the case, the officer who pulled the man over appeared to be shocked when the man got out of the car. The officer explained that he had stopped the man because there were three antennas on the rear of the vehicle he was driving. In your post, discuss the following questions: Do you believe that the officer who made the traffic stop was guilty of racial profiling? Do you believe that the assertion that multiple antennas were the reason for the stop was an honest one? Do you think that sometimes racial profiling complaints can and should be dismissed as overreactions by hypersensitive people who do not understand the role of law enforcement officers?