US Police Have Killed Nearly 9,000 Civilians Since 9/11

Police are outgunning terrorists on American soil.

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Despite a number of high-profile attacks that have resulted in the deaths of thousands of Americans both in the United States and abroad, police continue to pose a far deadlier and more immediate threat to Americans than terrorists.

At least 8,882 civilians have been killed by police since 9/11. This figure is based on government data and civilian- and media-run databases of police killings, although experts agree that the true number could be far higher.

By contrast, the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, still the deadliest act of terrorism committed on U.S. soil, claimed the lives of 2,996 people and injured over 6,000 others.Even including the “Global War on Terror,” in which about 6,879 U.S. service members were killed in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan which were a direct result of 9/11, and more recent terrorist attacks like the San Bernardino shooting (14 deaths), the Orlando nightclub shooting (49 deaths), or even the attack on Dallas police officers protecting a Black Lives Matter march (five deaths), those who receive public funds to “protect and serve” are proving to be deadlier than terrorists.

Source: US Police Have Killed Nearly 9,000 Civilians Since 9/11

Cold Case Re-ignition: The BE-LO Triple Murders

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BERTIE COUNTY – Windsor N.C. Sunday, June 6, 1993. The citizens of the quaint quiet town of Windsor, North Carolina were winding down a lazy Spring  Sunday afternoon that was quietly slipping into a sleepy Sunday evening.

A Sunday evening that would leave the citizens of this town of 4000, shocked, scared, and in a state of disbelief. ASunday evening that would flow blood and claim lives.

After a Sunday of nothing unusual happening most folks were at home relaxing after attending church and consuming one of those legendary southern Sunday dinners.

There was the occasional vehicles  going through the one stoplight town and a few people out and about on foot.

Just another Sunday evening in this small quiet southern  town was about  to take a bloody and deadly turn.
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