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Monday, March 27, 2000

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  • New York Police Arrest Protestors at Funeral of Patrick Dorismond

    Twenty-seven people were arrested when riot police moved in after the funeral of Patrick Dorismond in Brooklyn on Saturday. The Reverend Al Sharpton is calling for an investigation into what happened. He says police may have fueled tensions by showing up in riot gear. Sharpton had led a procession of more than 3,000 mourners and protestors to a Catholic church for the funeral. The activist is also calling for the Justice Department to place the NYPD under the supervision of a federal monitor. [includes rush transcript]

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