Federal Corruption Trial Begins For Miami Officers In Miami, opening arguments begin in the trial of 11 veteran police officers charged with federal corruption. The officers are accused of planting guns at the scenes of four controversial police shootings and then conspiring to cover up their actions. NPR's Phillip Davis reports.

Federal Corruption Trial Begins For Miami Officers

Federal Corruption Trial Begins For Miami Officers

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In Miami, opening arguments begin in the trial of 11 veteran police officers charged with federal corruption. The officers are accused of planting guns at the scenes of four controversial police shootings and then conspiring to cover up their actions. NPR's Phillip Davis reports.

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