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On the killing of Ezell Ford and the impotence of civilian review boards

The Los Angeles Police Commission said the two LAPD officers who in August 2015 shot and killed an unarmed, mentally man named Ezell Ford acted improperly — and I wrote about how that doesn’t mean a whole lot, unfortunately, given … Continue reading

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. . . The New Republic is good, based solely on the litmus test, “Did they publish me?” So check out my report on how the US government covers for Border Patrol agents who shoot unarmed people. I also covered … Continue reading

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