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Ferguson Effect: Chicago Cop "Afraid To Use Her Gun" Despite "Fearing For Life" During Beating

Back in August we noted the research of Thomas Abt, senior research fellow with the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, which indicated that rising crime rates around the country were likely the result of what other political commentators have dubbed "the Ferguson Effect." Writing for The Marshall Project, Abt discussed a "phenomenon called legal cynicism" in which he argues that communities tend to become increasingly violent when the police and criminal justice system is viewed as "illegitimate" effectively eroding the implicit authority of cops to enforce the law.
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