2020 Jun 28, 4:56pm
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The Journal analyzed “the latest data from 105 of the country’s largest police agencies,” and “found more than 550 police killings during those years were missing from the national tally or, in a few dozen cases, not attributed to the agency involved. The result: It is nearly impossible to determine how many people are killed by the police each year.”Assuming this discrepancy is correct, the adjusted yearly death tally would rise to 492 police killings per year, bringing the number of blacks killed by white police officers per year in the U.S. to 105.Putting these figures in perspective then, for every black killed by a white police officer in the U.S. every year, there are about 71 blacks killed by other blacks.Worse, if you take—on average—9,252 black-on-black murders every year for the past 35 years, you arrive at a staggering 323,820 blacks killed by other blacks on America’s mean streets in just three-and-a-half short decades.The problem, of course, is that this grim statistic will never be mentioned by Al Sharpton, the liberal media or any of the other race baiters out there, who are busy pointing the finger at racist white policemen killing “innocent, unarmed black children.”
Two teenage boys were shot dead on Chicago's South Side after asking the alleged gunman how tall he is while buying candy from a local store.Jasean Francis, 17, Charles Riley, 16, and another teenager went into a convenience store on June 20 and encountered 19-year-old Laroy Battle. The three boys reportedly noticed Battle's height and commented that they hoped to be that tall someday. They were later walking home from the convenience store when Battle allegedly approached them and opened fire.