One study found that police counties had the highest mortality rates in Ohio counties, where a 16-year-old girl was shot dead.
Ma’Khia Bryant was killed by a Columbus police officer on Tuesday shortly before Chauvin’s conviction.
According to a survey, Franklin County accounted for one-third of the deaths from the intervention of African-American police in Ohio.
Ohio’s county, where a 16-year-old boy was killed in a police-involved shooting, has the highest police shooting rate in the state.
Maquia Briant, 16, was deadly Columbus police officer, identified by police as Nicholas Riadon, It was read publicly on Tuesday, just 20 minutes before the groundbreaking conviction in Derek Chauvin’s trial for the murder of George Floyd.
Police answered 911 calls from people who said, “I’m trying to fight us here, I’m trying to stab us, I’m trying to reach out to our grandma.” Body camera image Announced by the department, it was shown that Maquia was running towards the other two girls, overtaking the officer while retaining what the police said was a knife.
The policeman fired multiple shots in Maquia, and when she fell to the ground, it looks like a knife fell next to her. After that, Riadon was on leave.
The Ohio Alliance for Population Health Innovation Released Research A survey from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2020 found 169 deaths in Ohio, with 339% of African-American deaths per million. Higher than the white dead.
According to a survey, Franklin County, where shootings involving Bryant occurred, accounted for one-third of the deaths from the intervention of African-American police in Ohio.
The survey also found that 38 people were shot dead by police in Franklin County. This was “the highest mortality rate in a county where more than 10 people died in 6 years.”
“Franklin County, which accounts for 20% of Ohio’s black population, accounted for 33% of Ohio’s African-American police intervention deaths,” the study read. It was ranked 18th out of the 100 most populous counties. ” Per 1,000,000 population. “
The county is home to more than 1.3 million people and 20% of Ohio’s black population.
Bryant’s death on Tuesday brought more than 100 protesters to downtown Columbus, chanting “Black Lives Matter” outside Columbus Police Headquarters.
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