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Response to “Any Good Cops”

Davis is correct in some respects, misses mark in others By Ken K. Gourdin This responds to BYU political science professor Richard Davis’s April 15 commentary. [See the following address, last accessed April 26, 2015: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865626463/Any-good-cops-patrolling-the-streets-Recent-new-stories-make-us-wonder-2-and-thats-not-good-for.html?pg=all%5D. Davis leaves implicit some … Continue reading

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Law Enforcement & Deadly Force: A Few Random Thoughts on Recent Incidents

By Ken K. Gourdin Pondering the shootings by police of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.; of Danielle Willard in West Valley City, Utah; and of Darien Hunt in Saratoga Springs, Utah, I had the accompanying random thoughts. At the outset, … Continue reading

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