Did anyone see the special on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 (originally aired on 60 minutes) called "Stop Snitching"? A long segment about a code of conduct in the african american rap community basically which demands followers to not "snitch" (tattle tail) or in laymens's terms, not to tell the cops about criminal acts committed. Listening to some of the interviews with Busta Rhymes or CamRon (I think that was his name), I was completely shocked!! Several years ago Rhymes' bodyguard was shot to death. Despite the fact that 20 people witnessed the crime, police have yet to arrest any suspects simply because none of them will "snitch" to the police on who the killer was. The mother and little girl of the killed bodyguard have begged for Busta Rhymes to come forward with the name of the murderer, but he still ignores them. By far the worst comment though, was when CamRon (sorry I know that isn't his right name), was asked by Anderson Cooper, "so if a neighbor in your building is a serial killer and you know it, would you report him to authorities?" and the rapstar's stunning answer was "naah, no way. I mean why would I? I maybe would move or something, but its not like I am gonna call the cops and say 'yo, the dude is in room 4E'"... To me this kind of shocking lifestyle is far far worse than anything Imus ever said the other day because it is the root for all this crap. However, where is all the outrage? My god, I can't believe it is not the top news story in everynewspaper. A famous guy, whose music touches millions of young people around the world, admits that he wouldn't report a serial killer...and he still has a platform to speak out? Please Al Sharpton, where are you now?!