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Why Police Do Nothing While Kids Are Killed

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Tags AntipoliticsLawThe Police StateTaxes and Spending

07/03/2022Ryan McMaken
Michael Stack

Unlike a private-sector service, police do not operate under any contractual obligations to provide services in any particular way. They can choose to do nothing at all, and face no real consequences. 

Original Article: "Why Police Do Nothing While Kids Are Killed"

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Why Police Do Nothing While Kids Are Killed