In Police/Community Controversies, Vast Majorities Back Special Prosecutors, Body Cams
By Gary Langer
Dec 27, 2014 7:01am
Large majorities across racial and political groups agree on two proposals to address police-community relations in the United States: The use of an outside prosecutor when police kill an unarmed civilian, and requiring all patrol officers to wear body cameras when on duty.
Eighty-seven percent of Americans in an ABC News/Washington Post poll support calling in an outside prosecutor to investigate such cases, and 86 percent back the mandatory use of so-called body cams. That includes 85 percent or more of blacks, whites and Hispanics alike, and seven in 10 or more across ideological, political and generational lines.
Sunday, December 28, 2014
This doesn't make up for our support of torture but it does show that we aren't completely FOX Newsified:
Posted by Steve J. at 12:15 PM