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LA Times: “Why the deaths of Latinos at the hands of police haven’t drawn as much attention”

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publicerad 18 juli 2015
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LA Times latinos police“Then last year, four days before Halloween, a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy shot and killed his brother, Oscar Jr., along railroad tracks near Paramount High School. Deputies said the 28-year-old didn’t comply with orders and moved his arm in “a threatening manner.” Ramirez was unarmed”, LA TRimes writes.

“Luis Carrillo, an attorney who has represented Latino families in use-of-force cases, said that because of a history of oppression in Latin America and a streak of Catholic conservatism, many Latinos have a built-in wariness of police agencies and adhere to a “don’t rock the boat” mentality. That mind-your-own business approach within the community can leave families of people killed by law enforcement feeling isolated.”

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