New Jersey Troopers

Host Tavis Smiley speaks to the Rev. Reginald T. Jackson, executive director of the Black Ministers Council of New Jersey, and Ted Deeds, chief operating officer of the Law Enforcement Alliance of America, about the case of two New Jersey state troopers who pled guilty this week to reduced charges in the shooting of three unarmed men during a 1998 traffic stop. The case sparked a national debate about racial profiling.

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