DOJ: Civil Rights Not Violated by S.C. School Raid

The U.S. Justice Department recently ruled that officers who led a drug and weapons search inside a South Carolina high school with guns drawn did not violate the students' civil rights. Hear NPR's Tavis Smiley, Associated Press reporter Bruce Smith and Marlon Kimpson, one of the lawyers who filed a class-action suit on behalf of some of the students.

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