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Dear Radio Lab, I don't know why all the media does this but they totally mislead the public and try to insight anger between races. You stated that 54 or so percent of police murders were white and almost 48 or so were black, but because the population of black people in Florida is only 17% they are 4 times as likely to be killed by police.This assumption is ridiculous from a logical perspective.Debra Brown Sprindale, OH My question is based on my belief that though things are better in the US between the races (by ‘races’ I mean Blacks and whites, specifically); there is an underlying animosity from white people, as a group, against Black people, as a group, that persists.I am not referring to individual relationships/interactions.That’s less of these life-saving things for me and my family. That meant he had to return to his rural roots – quite a shock to his family and friends.Even more amazing was that he wrote down what he foresees happening during the collapse and it became a ten-book novel series published by Prepper Press.Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that in reporter Ben Montgomery's six years of Florida data there were, on average, 130 people shot and killed each year. I understand some US police have come to the UK to be trained in not using guns. I wish more scientific approach was used in this investigation instead of Cherry-picking cases which fit assumed theory.Police offers did indeed shoot 130 people per year, on average, but only half of those shootings were fatal. I love Radio Lab, but this is not the usual standard, for several reasons. The actual tampabay db indicates that the number of Whites shot after domestic disturbance is 100% higher than of Black.
It begins with 299 Days: The Preparation and introduces us to a husband who awakens to the fragility of modern society and embarks on a personal journey that introduces him to a world of self-reliance and liberation.
He ended up with a six foot tall stack of reports, pictures, and press clippings cataloging the death or injury of Jad and Robert talk to Ben about what he found, crunch some numbers, and then our reporter Matt Kielty takes a couple files off Ben's desk and brings us the stories inside them - from a network of grief to a Daytona police chief.
And next week, we bring you another, very different story of a police encounter gone wrong. You have no idea of how horrific they are, because it is amazing what people will get used to and accept, without being aware of it. The British police shot an innocent man in 2005 (thinking he was a suicide bomber), it took about 5 years for their reputation to recover from that, because we don't like armed police; especially stupid armed police, or the even more stupid commissioners that defend them, they don't last long.
A couple years ago, Ben Montgomery, reporter at the Tampa Bay Times, started emailing every police station in Florida.
He was asking for any documents created - from 2009 to 2014 - when an officer discharged his weapon in the line of duty.
Great episode and it is valid to use Police statistics to judge Police behavior.