Thousands of fatal police shootings occurred in the United States during the past decade. But a recent analysis found that investigations of those shootings rarely lead to prosecution – with only 54 of the cases studied resulting in charges against an officer. Kojo talks with one of the reporters behind a Washington Post-Bowling Green State University study on the issue about the context it provides for recent incidents in our region and across the country.

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  • Kimberly Kindy Reporter, The Washington Post

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