Thursday, September 20, 2018 |
Column: Casualty Report —
Topic: Civilization —
Police & Shootings
A Look at the Numbers
by Heather Zeiger
Since the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014, news coverage of officer-involved shootings has raised questions about racial bias in officer-civilian interactions and particularly in shootings involving unarmed civilians. On the other side of the issue, questions have also been raised about possible racial motivations behind civilian attacks on police, such as the deadly attack in Dallas in July 2016, when a black man named Micah Johnson killed five officers and injured seven others, as well as . . .
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