No. The problem is that thi sfacility is to assist people who are genuinely looking for factual, objective answers to their genuine questions. If the enquirer is simply looking to promote an extreme view, or is being very subjective in phrasing their question, then it might well break community rules.
I didn't see your question, but if it suggests that police officers are responsible for these deaths, when already independent evidence (video camera footage) shows that the car crashed when the following police vehicle was not even in sight behind it, you are likely to offend anyone who finds it distatsteful that anyone launches a baseless attack on the honesty and integrity of these officers, who were doing their jobs.
It was police officers who had to deal with the accident, and police officers who have to deal with fatal accidents caused by the sort of driving displayed by this driver who, unfortunately, was killed by his inexperience and lack of driving skills.
If you simply want to debate the issues, be prepared to weather significant criticism of your views, and please choose a discussion forum rather than Google Answers. The fact that your "question" breached the guidelines led to deletion, not corruption.