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Fourth echelon

121 Dead: July Was the Deadliest Month in Recent History for Police Killings

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Over the years, it has been difficult to tell exactly how many people have been killed by police. So many cases are swept under the rug and totally ignored because the suspect was “guilty” of some small nonviolent offense, or because they ran from the police.

Luckily, in recent years as the alternative media has begun to expose police killings, independent organizations are beginning to keep a tally of every killing they possibly can. This tallying is done to give the public a more accurate figure, and show them how much of a problem this actually is.

Now that people are actually counting, the numbers continue to climb, and it is a very real possibility that these numbers are also climbing because the police are becoming more violent. Either way, we have a very serious problem on our hands that must be understood and addressed by the general population.

It was documented this week by killedbypolice.net that the month of July has been one of the most deadly in years, in regards to police murders. The website has recorded 121 police killings in the past month alone, and it is likely that there were even a few additional cases to slip through the cracks. Each case that has been recorded by the site is fully sourced, with the name of the victim and links to the news stories about their death.

In a report by Business Insider this week, Chris Weller pointed out that American Cops kill more people in a single day than some countries have in a decade.



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 garlic    2,639

This is never reported on in the MSM because its mostly black on black crime.



10 wounded in overnight shootings across Chicago




As of July 1...216 killed in first half of 2015



Chicago shooting victims 1,560

Last updated Aug. 1, 2015 

Jan. 1, 2015 - Aug. 1, 2015





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