I once audited a class in law where the professor made the point that "No one has the right to do wrong". That was more than half a century ago, in another time, when privilege was not a matter of law.
A white police officer pulls up at a scene where a black child is holding a toy gun and within seconds of arrival shoots and kills the boy without exchanging a single word. The Prosecuting Attorney, acting as if he were the Defense Attorney for the police officer calls it a "tragedy but not a crime." I think a better description would have been: "An execution, without benefit of trial, but not a crime."