What We Do Know About Police Brutality Is Bad: What We Don’t Know May Be Worse — Podcast May 4, 2015

Police Violence: a Statistical Black Hole. Democratic Perspective’s Mike Cosentino, Gary LaMaster and Steve Williamson review the shocking lack of statistical information on the frequency of unprovoked police violence against a citizenry they’re sworn to protect and to serve. Our cellphone cameras have now given us a clear warning about what the police do when they think we aren’t watching. The questions we need to ask are simple enough: what don’t we know about police violence, and why don’t we know it? The answers, such as they are so far, are anything but reassuring.

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