One officer. Four criminals. Thirty-seven shots fired.
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A watchdog, an election, and some celery celebrating.
There are some who believe the public is not equipped to understand police behavior. But are these secretive laws protecting officers and their public employers from scrutiny?
Why do some officers shoot more often than others?
Reporter Annie Gilbertson discovers some troubling details.
Witnesses in Uniform
Reporter Annie Gilbertson scours statements from deputies who witnessed the shooting to figure out what they saw the day Billups was shot.
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The news in LA just discovered the existence of an LA Sherriff’s gang/clic, Los Banditos, I think they called themselves. Angelenos of color need be worried.
Worth the time
This podcast’s reporter stitches together detailed research to look at officer involved shootings in LA. It is engrossing to listen to and as you listen, it reminds you why investigative journalism is so important in our society.
Too much sympathy for criminals
I don’t know about this podcast. I will never understand this weird mentality of decriminalizing criminals. At one point, one of the criminals said that he was only burglarizing a house, so he didn’t deserve to be shot at...well, play stupid games, win stupid prizes. And at the end of the day, the police officer deserves to be able to go home to his/her family, safe and sound.