The Year In Police Killings

Michael Brown
FILE – In a Monday, Aug. 18, 2014 file photo, protestors autograph a sketch of Michael Brown during a protest, in Atlanta. Michael Brown Jr. was on the verge of starting college, eager to launch himself into the adult world. Instead, on Monday he’ll be mourned at his funeral, more than two weeks after his fatal shooting by a white police officer. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File) | ASSOCIATED PRESS

Has the country reached a tipping point?
The killings of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and John Crawford III, among others, by police officers this year focused national attention on race, police violence and the apparent unwillingness of grand juries to indict those who carry a badge.
The growing list of people, often black men, killed by police lead to the widespread realization that officers are rarely prosecuted. And finding an accurate count of all the victims is nearly impossible because of flawed record-keeping.
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