‘Racist’ College Researcher Ousted After Sharing Study Showing No Racial Bias In Police Shootings

By Tyler Durden | 6 July 2020

ZERO HEDGE — The vice president of Research and Innovation at Michigan State University, physicist Stephen Hsu, has been forced out of his position at the university after daring to show actual facts from a 2019 study that show there to be no racial bias in incidents of police shootings.

Hsu wrote on his blog on Sunday that “The [Graduate Employees Union] alleged that I am a racist because I interviewed MSU Psychology professor Joe Cesario, who studies police shootings.”

“Cesario’s work…is essential to understanding deadly force and how to improve policing,” Hsu said.

Cesario’s 2019 study found “that the race of the officer doesn’t matter when it comes to predicting whether black or white citizens are shot.” […]

2 Comments on ‘Racist’ College Researcher Ousted After Sharing Study Showing No Racial Bias In Police Shootings

  1. Rather, it is b/c he didn’t uphold the racist rantings of BLM/antifa and tried to show a common ground he was deemed to go against diversity, equity and inclusion. Huh?
    I agree with him that Michigan State is losing its way. No sane voices allowed anymore. It’s all “take the knee and shut the hell up.”
    Be kind to one another and don’t make this about race b/c it really isn’t. This is a commie takeover maneuver and for now truth is thrown out of the discussion.

  2. I’ve been reading his blog Information Processing off and on for years — Dr Hsu should not have resigned, but instead forced the university president to fire him, and justify it in writing — it would have been very interesting to see/read such a justification coming from someone we’re supposed to regard as a learned academic.

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