The Counted: People Killed by Police in the US

615 so far this year. With so many incidents they cannot be called “isolated”.

Source: The Guardian.

Also, according to this article, 5000 Americans have been killed by cops since 9/11.

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1 Response to The Counted: People Killed by Police in the US

  1. Extremely sad state of affairs.

    I almost had a full-blown argument with a neighbor last night. He was once a “law-enforcement officer” (actually, an animal-control officer who was a sheriff’s deputy), and took exception to mine and my friend’s distrust of law-enforcers in general. He still thinks that most of the problem is with the people and that most (99%, in his words) law-enforcers are “good people”. He could not come to grips that there are many very corrupt, criminal folks as police officers.

    So long as these sanctioned MURDERS continue, the MORE people are going to distrust government in general, especially those “charged” with enforcing the laws.

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