Post Reply DOJ to start collecting data on police shootings
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In yet another positive result from #BlackLivesMatter and forcing more accountability on police officers the DOJ will start collecting data which can be analyzed to identify any trends. This is after California and Texas failed to report hundreds of incidents.

https://www.rt.com/usa/362723-doj-police-shooting-data/
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I wonder how much its going to cost to confirm what we already know?

It won't change anything either, they will claim the data is fake just like they said the videos of Keith LaMont with a stolen handgun in his hand was fake. And they'll go back to blocking roads, looting, burning and shooting cops over media lies and deception.

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Took the DOJ long enough.
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MysticGon wrote:

In yet another positive result from #BlackLivesMatter and forcing more accountability on police officers the DOJ will start collecting data which can be analyzed to identify any trends. This is after California and Texas failed to report hundreds of incidents.

https://www.rt.com/usa/362723-doj-police-shooting-data/


I wonder how long it took them to get that angle for the picture. They had to fill the WHOLE frame...

Nothing good ever comes from BLM and everyone knows it. This is just a stunt by the DOJ to do something to try and justify something for Obama's next legislative push.

This is evidenced by the alleged failure to report by these two states. If you read the article about the "failure to report", you would see that they are the ONLY two states that are required by law to report it and that this failure to report was done by both states over a 10 year period. Flags: Two states with similar laws that stop practicing them over the same period of time that happens to coincide with a certain presidency...

The higher likelihood is that, like the racial information for rape perpetrators in Sweden, the information was considered "uninteresting" and being thrown away (they were the only two states reporting to begin with). So, like any pointless waste of money, they stopped wasting money.

The truth is that the DOJ should NOT be doing this. If anyone, a congressional committee should be in charge of this for obvious reasons. Once again, the Obama executive office exceeds it's reach and nobody notices.
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