Eric Garner and Tamir Rice among those missing from FBI record of police killings

Killings by police that unleashed a new protest movement around the US in 2014, including those of Eric Garner, Tamir Rice and John Crawford, are missing from the federal government’s official record of homicides by officers because most departments refuse to submit data.

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Tamir Rice family attorney says expert reports have 'tainted grand jury process'

Newly unearthed comments about deadly police shootings made by the two experts who defended an Ohio officer’s killing of Tamir Rice have intensified criticisms of prosecutors for selecting them to review the 12-year-old’s death.

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'I dream about it every night': What happens to the people who film police violence

Feidin Santana relives the morning of Saturday 4 April 2015 on a near continuous loop. It was around 9.30am and the 23-year-old was running uncharacteristically late for work. As he walked his usual route through the back streets of North Charleston, something caught his eye: a black man running away from a white police officer.

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Freddie Gray killer Baltimore officer Brian Rice accused of threatening to kill ex-girlfriend in 2008

Lieutenant charged with manslaughter in Freddie Gray accused in incident that took place years before allegedly using position to harass another former partner

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'Heads will roll': Officer in Freddie Gray case used his position to force arrest of ex-girlfriend's husband

Baltimore lieutenant Brian Rice used his position to threaten ‘heads will roll’ if officers did not arrest his ex-girlfriend’s husband, police report reveals

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Baltimore officer suspended in Freddie Gray case twice accused of domestic violence

Lieutenant Brian Rice, who led initial chase of man who died with a broken neck after his arrest, faced civil actions in Maryland courts in 2008 and 2013

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