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WASHINGTON Women's David Sharpe Jersey , June 1 (Xinhua) -- U.S. law enforcement officials have shot and killed at least 385 people so far this year, a rate of more than two per day, The Washington Post has reported.

The death rate is more than twice that tallied by the Federal Bureau of Investigation over the past decade, the newspaper said in a report published over the weekend.

"We are never going to reduce the number of police shootings if we don't begin to accurately track this information," Jim Bueermann Women's Eddie Vanderdoes Jersey , head of the Police Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving law enforcement, was quoted as saying.

Bueermann, a former police chief, said police shootings in the United States were "grossly under-reported."

"There is a compelling social need for this Women's Obi Melifonwu Jersey , but a lack of political will to make it happen," he added.

The newspaper found that relative to the overall population, blacks were killed at three times the rate of other minorities or whites in the police killings.

The Post report came as the United States saw several high-profile cases of police violence against black suspects in the past year that led to violent protests and rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, and Baltimore Women's Gareon Conley Jersey , Maryland, in recent months.

The latest unrest took place in Cleveland, Ohio, a week ago, when a white police officer was acquitted in the killing of two unarmed blacks in 2012.


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BEIJING, May 25 (Xinhua) -- Merely a month after streets in Baltimore witnessed a riot following the wrongful death of a black man, indignant people in Cleveland, Ohio, are taking to the street to protest the acquittal of a white police officer for fatally shooting two blacks Marquel Lee Jersey , both unarmed, during a chase.

On such occasions, the protestors, though expressing their anger in different ways, raged against the injustice for exactly the same reason: the U.S. law enforcement seems to have a stubborn bias toward certain racial groups and police officers are more likely to abuse power in dealing with these groups.

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