You may have noticed lately that several sources refer to a record compiled by the Washington Post of people killed by police during 2019. I don't know how they compiled that list, but the Washington Post, as you may know, is not a balanced source of information. Being the fact-checker type, I gave a quick glance to their list, and sure enough there are some problems. One glaring example to help clarify: The Washington Post included, “Tony Orlando Mills, a 73-year-old man armed with a gun, was shot on July 18, 2019 in Medford Oregon.” Wrong. It is supposed to be a list of people killed by police. Their inclusion of Tony Orland Mills in that list was incorrect. As confirmed by the autopsy, Tony Orlando Mills died from a self-inflicted gun shot to his own brain. Mills had called police to say he was armed, suicidal, and wanted police to know where to find his body (under an I-5 overpass). When officers arrived on scene Mills was still alive, but then he shot himself. An officer fired back thinking Mills had fired at him. The officer only shot once, hitting Mills in the arm. Sorry Washington Post, but a shot to the arm is not what I'd call lethal, especially after that person has already blown their brains out. Not a case of someone killed by a police officer. This kind of fake news crap is unacceptable. Motivates me to go through all 1000+ shootings Washington Post has listed and make sure they're not blowing too much smoke. Will take me some time, but I'll provide more reality-based facts for y'all when I'm done.