Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake clearly understands this. So does Commissioner Anthony W. Batts who has acknowledged that there are historic and legitimate reasons for distrust. So has Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby who told The Sun's editorial board today that the minority community's distrust of police and the criminal justice system is shared by many living in urban centers. "It's real, and we're seeing that," she said. For that matter, so does Gov. Larry Hogan, who was criticized last fall for a dismissive response to the Ferguson protests but who has been spot-on in his reaction to the demonstrations in Baltimore, acknowledging the legitimate concerns of the protesters and thanking those involved for expressing them peacefully.