NYPD Charges Dropped Against Reporter Criminal charges have been dropped against Leonardo Blair, an African-American reporter for the New York Post who says he was wrongly stopped, searched, and arrested by New York City police. David Harris and Donna Lieberman discuss the developments and data showing a history of racial profiling in the city.
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Blair's Account of NYPD Arrest

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Criminal charges have been dropped against Leonardo Blair, an African-American reporter for the New York Post, who says he was wrongly stopped, searched, and arrested by New York City police.

David Harris, a law professor at the University of Pittsburgh, is joined by Donna Lieberman, of the New York Civil Liberties Union. They discuss the new developments and recent data showing a history of racial profiling in the city.