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Anatomy of a Police Shooting

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Anatomy of a Police Shooting

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Anatomy of a Police Shooting

Anatomy of a Police Shooting

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The investigation continues into the police shooting that killed an unarmed African-American man in New York City over the weekend. Elsewhere, shootings this month in Atlanta and Chicago also triggered protests and investigations into police departments. The discussion continues about how shootings impact cities and police departments. A criminologist talks about how police departments are investigated.

Guests:

Corky Siemazko, reporter for the New York Daily News

David Klinger, Former Los Angeles Police Department Officer; Author of Into the Kill Zone: A Cop's Eye View of Deadly Force; Associate Professor at the University of Missouri

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