Consider... This white man, with his bi-racial kids... on their way home they picked up his black wife... the police was waiting for him at home. So, a couple of questions about that... 1. What do you think would have happened if his wife wasn't in the car? IF it was still the white man and three black kids... how easy would it have been without his wife with him to "prove" those were his kids? 2. Since the police got there before he did... that means they didn't follow him home... so I have to assume someone got the license plate of his car or something... the police looked that up and found the owner and the address... isn't it possible to spend a couple of extra seconds and see that he was married too? Meanwhile... as I've said, the policeman is sort of stuck between a rock and a hard place. He wasn't at the store, but he has to respond to the call... once he is dispatched, I think he is stuck... and if he is any kind of person and cop at all, I suspect he was almost immediately struck with a feeling of a goose-chase report as soon as he saw the family arrive home. By all accounts, it sounds like the family isn't mad at the police... so I'm assuming he tried to be tactful... it sounds like the anger of the family is addressed at the store and whomever complained to the store... and it sounds like Wal-Mart has gotten the word to keep quiet as I've seen nothing further in terms of statements from Wal-Mart employees or that complaining customer. Again I say... I didn't think we lived in a country where you have to prove you are NOT doing anything wrong at all times. Our justice system claims "innocent until proven guilty"... Pretty soon, if this scenario is met with approval... we will all have to carry proof of identity, proof of birth, proof of citizenship, proof of marriage, proof of relation to any children with us, and proof of ownership of any objects in our possession at all times... because someone might say "hey, I think he stole that" and then you suddenly have to prove that you didn't. That's not the country we supposedly live in... is it?