More Independent Prosecutors Urged In Police Shooting Cases

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The absence of indictments of police officers in shooting deaths is raising questions about the fairness of using local prosecutors to investigate police officers with whom they may have close ties, says the Christian Science Monitor. Critics say the close working relationships between local prosecutors and law enforcement injects a bias into investigations of shootings and other deaths at the hands . . .

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