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He Killed an Unarmed Man, Then Claimed Disability

The latest twist in the police shooting of Daniel Shaver
Source: Tom Tingle / The Arizona Republic via AP

City leaders in Mesa, Arizona, operate a municipality where the interests of police officers are valued more highly than ordinary citizens, including those the police have wronged.

Two years ago, I about Daniel Shaver, an unarmed 26-year-old who in 2016 was shot of as chilling and egregious a police killing as I’ve ever seen.

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