Quote (GLYC123 @ Oct 24 2020 11:19pm)
This was your argument.
And yes they are. It's a conspiracy theory to believe police departments refuse to report on black people being shot by police officers to the Federal database.
That's tinfoil hat logic. Oh yes, city of Sandstone, has coordinated with the city of Bronson. Both of them refuse to report this to the Feds, despite that they have police reports filed for individual shooting cases.
What I'm saying requires no conspiracy. In fact, it requires the absence of one.
I'm saying that individual departments aren't given guidelines or reporting requirements.
Oh, and there's explicitly no database for law enforcement shoootings. So you're wrong on that as well. At least, if there is one, it's less than a year old.https://govtrackinsider.com/there-is-no-federal-database-of-shootings-committed-by-law-enforcement-1a029bb350d2
Oh looks like there was one started but....https://apnews.com/article/3878b3206a0548409c3e4ee8bd6ae96b
"There will be limitations, however, because police departments are not required to report their information to the national database."
Oh look the exact problem I saidThis post was edited by Thor123422 on Oct 24 2020 10:40pm