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Thursday, November 14, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: Police Misconduct, part 2
1996-11-14

Police Misconduct

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Goodman and Gonzalez discuss the recent acquittals of police officers who killed black suspects in Pittsburgh and St. Petersburg, Florida. Riots broke out in St. Petersburg prompting police action.

Segment Subjects (keywords for the segment): Uhuru group, Johnny Gammage, TyRon Lewis, police brutality

Guests:
Jim Barrens, Congregations United for Community Action, St. Petersburg, James Fyfe, professor of criminal justice, Temple University


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