California Gang Database Attracts Criticism Oakland parents sue government officials after high school students are searched and photographed in the wake of a suspected gang fight. The parents fear that their children are now part of a database that state officials say holds information on at least 100,000 suspected gang members. New California Media's Holly Kernan reports.
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California Gang Database Attracts Criticism

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California Gang Database Attracts Criticism

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California Gang Database Attracts Criticism

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Oakland parents sue government officials after high school students are searched and photographed in the wake of a suspected gang fight. The parents fear that their children are now part of a database that state officials say holds information on at least 100,000 suspected gang members. New California Media's Holly Kernan reports.