Today on Categorical Imperatives we go down a rabbit hole about how often police shoot and even kill other officers, why it happens and the disturbing trend I have found that its becoming common to blame a suspect for the death, despite the fact they never contest it was another officer who actually fired the shot that caused the death.
This all sprang from what started as an article of a single, ongoing case where a woman named Jenna Holm is charged with manslaughter after one officer on the scene was hit by a cop car arriving on scene.
These incidents of what I have dubbed “Blue on Blue violence” is something I discovered during my personal research for this video that only seem to be reported on as many separate & distinct instances. I found little data or reporting that has aggregated these instances and looked at them collectively. This episode is a preliminary attempt to compile these sorts of incidents. Since this information is nearly as new to me as it likely is for you. So as I learn more this will be a topic I intend to follow up on in future episodes.
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