Criminologist Debunks Spike in Police Killings Since Ferguson

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It is "very misleading" for the news media to assert that police slayings of civilians in the U.S. are up since the Michael Brown case in 2014 in Ferguson, Bradley Campbell tells the American Society of Criminology. The average number of police killings nationwide has been steady at about 19 per week before and after Brown's death . . .

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