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Oakland Anxiously Awaits Police Verdicts

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Oakland Anxiously Awaits Police Verdicts

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Oakland Anxiously Awaits Police Verdicts

Oakland Anxiously Awaits Police Verdicts

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Jurors continue deliberations for a 14th week in the year-long trial of three Oakland, Calif., police officers. The three are accused of beating suspected drug dealers and lying to superiors. For the third time during deliberations, jurors last week told the judge that they were unable to reach verdicts. City leaders worry a hung jury could result in racial unrest. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports.