Don’t you wish there was more reporting from that actual perspective of law enforcement? It’s interesting when you get that. And as I pointed out in my previous comment a data-driven university study found “no evidence that body cameras affect either the number of police killings or the racial composition of those killings.”

One problem are rules prohibiting all law enforcement from talking to the press. Only people that can talk are usually retired. I personally think it’s possible many times more police could be charged; but I still stand that at least 95% of shootings are reasonable or justified and there’s no evidence at all that 5% are all minorities.

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David Shuey

David Shuey

Writer. Researcher. Designer. Human seeking better outcomes. Also searching for relevant facts and logical arguments above expedient or politial narratives.