or conservative claims that black only care about dead young black men when white police officers are involved despite horrific rates of black and black crime in minority neighborhoods. It's misleading, often condescending, and does not justify stereotyping and broad generalizations.
Nevertheless, many officers do indeed assist in getting bad officers off the streets, often at the risk of their own careers, friendships and social standing. It's just not news when they do, particularly since many disciplinary actions are confidential.
I also have absolutely no objections to body cameras, so long as essential privacy rights are retained by the relevant officers and the public with whom they interact, many of whom are not alleged perpetrators of crime or witnesses. In fact, a great many officers actually support cameras. Just as they record police misconduct, they also serve as an exceptionally useful defense against false allegations of police misconduct. Simple Google searches readily reveal how police are now releasing videos and audio recording that routinely exonerate them from claims of malfeasance and bias (See, e.g., Danielle Watts and Taraji P. Henson).