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Defense Attorney For Police In 'Algiers Motel Shooting': 'Am I A Soulless Person?'

Norman Lippitt defended Detroit police officers after the 1967 death of three black men, in what's known as the Algiers Motel shooting. NPR's Michel Martin discusses the case with Lippitt.

Former Detroit police chief Ike McKinnon (L), Motown musician David Coffey (center), and former Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer (R). Denise Guerra/NPR hide caption

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'Going There': 3 Prominent Detroit Natives Reflect On The 1967 Riot

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Defense Attorney For Police In 'Algiers Motel Shooting': 'Am I A Soulless Person?'

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Jessica Hernandez describes her music as "Latin-punk-Motown-soul — it's a little bit of everything." Taylor Bonin/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jessica Hernandez On Her New Motor City Sound

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