When police kill unarmed black males, what seems obvious on video rarely leads to convictions

The arc of justice for Antwon Rose II has traveled along a familiar modern path: Police kill an unarmed black male, video emerges and protests erupt, along with calls for the conviction of officers involved.

And then, often, the opposite happens. Most fatal shootings by police result in no charges, and convictions are even less common.

Read full article by Alex Horton for The Washington Post.