Clarence Page: Non-Police Shootings Of Young Black Men Weren’t Reported Enough In 2015

Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page named “shootings of young people, especially young black males in particular, that are not by police officers” as 2015’s most under-reported story on Friday’s “McLaughlin Group.”

Page said, “the most under-reported story to me, though, is the shootings of young people, especially young black males in particular, that are not by police officers, but just the regular homicides that have been driving up the crime rate, and are — have — we’ve just kind of become inured to it, too much so.”

Earlier Page stated, after the Ferguson Effect of officers not policing as actively, “I think from what we’ve seen some police officers do, it’s just as well that they are staying in the cars.”

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