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>"An officer-involved shooting occurred and a replica Beretta 92 FS handgun was recovered at the scene next to" the teen, the DA's office said.

That's why.

>"We want to know why police felt the need to shoot and kill a 17 year old unarmed teen girl," Hannah's father Benson Williams said.

She wasn't unarmed, she had a fake gun that looked real.

Cops carry fake guns and other shit in their cars that they confiscate during prior civilian interactions so they have something to plant to make an excuse when they road rage murder someone in reaction to a minor fender bender.

That's why.

Occam’s razor. She probably had the gun. It’s much more likely than a cop shooting someone for no reason and then planting evidence.

You “assume” it’s more likely she had the fake gun. What is that based on? For the cops I know of and have dealt with I can say it’s incredibly likely both ways depending on the area. Some places I have found the police to be honorable and respected. Other places, like parts of California, I have found them to be incredibly corrupt and the most likely scenario for Occam’s razor is it was a plant. This is why citizens demand body cameras on cops, and when they do, the rate of officer involved shootings and misconduct go way down.

I gave you a reason - road rage. Leads to murder all the time. Add to that the natural short fuse and above-the-law attitude of the common pig and you have a pretty solid motive.

Try briefly making physical contact between your car and a police car and see what happens.