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John Oliver explains why the police-shooting problem is even bigger than we realize

Sunday's "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" looked at police accountability following the wake of countless police-related shootings. As Oliver noted, "I literally can't mention them all." But Oliver points out that this is more than just a matter of police departments having a "few bad apples." "There are nearly 18,000 different police departments in America, and they are not great at reporting or sharing data,” Oliver said.
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