Susan Smith's brother today apologized to the African Americans in her community. "On behalf of my family, I would like to apologize to the black community. It is really disturbing to think that this would be aracial issue. It is a terrible misfortune that all this happened," the brother, Scott Vaughan, said during a news conference outside the Union County (S.C.) Courthouse. Police, acting on Susan Smith's charge that a black man carjacked her auto and kidnapped her two little boys. Police drew a sketch of the suspect and circulated it on posters. Several black men were questioned by police in the town of 100,000 people, which is about 30 percent African American. Police say Smith has admitted drowning the children.Post your opinion on theCrimebulletin board.