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An Interactive Guide To Police Killings And The System That Excuses Them | ThinkProgress


An Interactive Guide To Police Killings And The System That Excuses Them | ThinkProgress: ThinkProgress compiled 22 high-profile police killings of the past year to monitor the fates of the police officers involved. Many cases are still under investigation — some more recent incidents are still fresh in the community’s memory, while others, like the deaths of Tamir Rice and Tanisha Anderson, have hung in limbo for nearly a year. Some cases involve clear aggression from police toward unarmed victims, others are more complicated encounters with mentally ill people acting erratically.

We’ve organized the cases by status below. Learn more by clicking on the faces of the victims:

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