Across the U.S., Police-Killing Cases Extremely Slow to Justice
Six 'Debates,' But Are They Talking About What Really Matters?
Developments in several cases involving police killings point to a historic problem and pattern—the inordinately long time such cases take to investigate and prosecute, and the unusually high failure rate in securing indictments and convictions.
The Republicans have had four of them; the Democrats, two. But are the superhyped Q&A sessions (Leid Stories refuses to call them "debates"), hosted by various media entities, really educating the public about what's at stake in the 2016 presidential election? Listeners cast their votes on the issue.