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Police Adviser Appears on PBS to Discuss Ferguson, NYPD Incidents

August 13, 2014  | 

VIDEO: Police Adviser Appears on PBS to Discuss Ferguson, NYPD Incidents

Retired LAPD captain and Police Advisory Board Member Greg Meyer appeared on "PBS NewsHour" earlier this week to discuss the Ferguson, Mo., shooting and the NYPD choke hold incidents.

Meyer was called to appear on the show because of his experience investigating and testifying about officer use of force.

Tags: NYPD, Ferguson (Mo.) Shooting


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Capt. Crunch @ 8/13/2014 12:40 PM

It does not matter what color you are , if you do not like it here, do yourself and others around you a favor and move to a different country. It's a big planet you should be able to find a place.

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