The Cops Shoot People of Different Races for the Same Reasons

People demonstrate outside of the Ohio Statehouse following this shooting of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio, April 24, 2021. (Gaelen Morse/Reuters)
The media are cherry-picking officer-involved shootings to establish a narrative that runs counter to the facts.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE O n April 18, two remarkably similar incidents played out in different parts of the country.

In Burnsville, Minn., police got a report that a man, 30-year-old Bradley Olsen, had been involved in a carjacking. They pursued the vehicle Olsen was driving, he fired at them, and they returned fire, hitting and killing him.

In Fort Worth on the same day, police also responded to reports of a man trying to steal cars. The armed man fled on foot, and an officer told him to drop his weapon. As the officer pursued, 31-year-old Ryan Williams pointed his gun at the cop and fired

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