‘It’s Almost Impossible to Convict’ a Police Shooter

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It's rare for a law enforcement officer to be convicted of homicide for shooting someone while on duty, NPR reports. A new NPR data analysis finds 2,400 people have been killed this way in the last two and a half years. The vast majority of those cases were found to be justified. About 20 officers faced charges. Of . . .

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