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Opinion The unsettling Bijan Ghaisar case

Family, friends and supporters of Bijan Ghaisar hand out photos and signs before a vigil commemorating the second anniversary of his death in D.C. in November 2019.
Family, friends and supporters of Bijan Ghaisar hand out photos and signs before a vigil commemorating the second anniversary of his death in D.C. in November 2019. (Craig Hudson/For the Washington Post)
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Regarding the Oct. 23 front-page article “Judge drops criminal charges in Ghaisar case”:

I continue to be appalled that four years after the death of Bijan Ghaisar, the case has not been settled. What is one to make of police fatally shooting at an unarmed man 10 times for erratic driving? This case gives further evidence that police reform is an urgent necessity.  

Dana Greene, Alexandria

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