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Finding Justice in a Kenyan Police Brutality Case
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Finding Justice in a Kenyan Police Brutality Case

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Finding Justice in a Kenyan Police Brutality Case

Finding Justice in a Kenyan Police Brutality Case
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In December 2002, Kenyan David Ngure was reportedly robbed, shot and ultimately arrested for a crime he did not commit. Lawyers for the Washington, D.C.-based group the International Justice Mission won his freedom and took on his case. Ngure and IJM Founder Gary Haugen speak with NPR's Scott Simon.

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