Joining me now is the Detroit Police Chief James Craig. Sir, thank you so much. Good to have you with us. Yes, thank you Martha.You know in the face of all of the violence that we've seen across the country and these incidents,there are I think 20 police chiefs now who have resigned and you have also been called on to resignand I just want to point out that that one of those individuals in Rochester,La'Ron Singletary of Rochester said that he was gonna step down tonight.We just learned that the mayor there has decided that she's not gonna let him do that.He's been fired so he is now out as well. Why do you resist leaving when so many have just said they just can't take it anymore?You know, I got to tell you Martha. It is clear to me what's really going on.It's not about who the police chief is sitting in the seat whether the police chief is black or he's white, Asian, male, female.It's deeper than that. If you talk against this group, you must go. That's your attitude.I've taken a firm stand here in Detroit. I've been supported by Detroiters.Let me just say, Detroit doesn't want them gone and so I'm not leaving, they have to leave.And I've said it publicly, both locally and nationallyand I'm gonna hold my ground because our men and women who serve deserve much better than this. And I got to say Martha, if I can,I just want to pray for those two offices out in the Los Angeles county sheriffs. I spent 20 years of my career in LAPD and so it's despicable.