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No-knock raids have led to fatal encounters and small drug seizures – The Washington Post


By Jenn Abelson, Nicole Dungca & Campaign Zero

People gather in Minneapolis in February to protest the death of Amir Locke. (Kerem Yucel/AFP/Getty Images)

From The Washington Post

Police carrying out 21 no-knock warrants have killed at least 22 people across the country since 2015, according to a review of The Post’s database of fatal shootings by police and hundreds of court records. In one case, an officer was also killed.

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