Pro Cop Media on Full Display

The pro cop media bias in Chicago was on full display when the media failed to report appropriately on a domestic violence incident involving two police officers that resulted in one officer shooting and killing her husband. The media instead writes headlines and stories about how the two officers were involved in an altercation or argument that resulted in a struggle over one of the officer’s guns.

There is no way the pro cop media would have been so standoffish in their headlines if the two people involved in the incident were not cops. This of course is weird considering the pro cop media is actually involved in a massive left wing conspiracy to paint all cops as bad and turn the simplest of brutal beatings of civilians at the hands of officers in to major incidents. it is crazy to think that that the left winged bias media refused to report the incident as a domestic violence incident yet it is very easy to understand a pro cop media doing that.

This incident hearkens back to another shooting when a male officer was murdered by his wife while in bed in the same district. The police covered up the incident and the pro cop media bought the suicide explanation immediately without question because that is what you do when you lose objectivity and have aligned your worldview with that of the police. This isn’t to say that there are not good independent reporters working hard everyday to expose police abuse and misconduct, because they are. It is just means that the shallow beat reporting on police is very bad and is very pro cop centered.

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Tracy has nearly two decades of experience researching and working within criminal justice systems. When Tracy began pursuing a career dedicate to system reform, he found that no single organization existed to promote evidence-based discussions among law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve. Recognizing that citizens in Chicago deserved the right to demand transparency in their criminal justice system, Siska established the Chicago Justice Project. He received his Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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