Why police so rarely get charged for killing unarmed black men like Stephon Clark

Erwin Chemerinsky writes for The Sacramento Bee, March 27, 2018

In case after case, the court has said that police officers cannot be held liable for the use of excessive force because they did not engage in behavior that “every” reasonable officer would believe to be unconstitutional. All of this contributes to the problem of police violence. So much needs to be done so the list of victims does not continue to grow.