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Police killings of blacks is not (mostly) prejudice
- Where police are stationed. The country remains largely segregated, so if they are stationed in a racially homogeneous area, their personal prejudices are not going to explain who they stop.
- Descriptions of suspects in crimes. Those descriptions come from the victims doing the reporting. And victims report a proportion of black perpetrators that approximates the difference in b/w stops.
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