How Could Sheriff’s Deputies Be Justified In Shooting, From A Helicopter, At A Suspect On A…
Nick Selby

The guys behavior with the car does qualify as armed according to their own guidelines, written here: http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/ng-interactive/2015/jun/01/about-the-counted so their data entry is incorrect by their own definitions. The Counted pulls from some of the same data sources that StreetCred does (Fatal Encounters), but is, ultimately, a crowdsourced effort. So if there is an error or lack of proper contextualization, as is the case here, it is something that is (theoretically) correctable. But is that a problem that is inherent with any crowdsourced effort of this nature? Do you see any methods of correcting for it or is it an inevitable design flaw?

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