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Attorney: N.C. Officer's Shooting Was Justified

September 17, 2013
A Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police officer charged with manslaughter was justified when he shot and killed an unarmed man early Saturday, his attorney said Tuesday.

N.C. Officer Charged With Manslaughter

September 16, 2013
A Charlotte-Mecklenburg (N.C.) Police officer has been charged with manslaughter just 19 hours after he shot and killed an unarmed man after a car wreck.

Video: La. Troopers Exonerated In Force Probe

April 18, 2013
Nine Louisiana State Police troopers acted appropriately when they tackled two black teenagers in the French Quarter of New Orleans during pre-Mardi Gras festivities, according to a state police report.

Ill. Police Handout Criticized As Racist

February 26, 2013
On one page, comedian Dave Chappelle appears as Tyrone Biggums, the stumbling junkie with crack residue around his mouth. On other pages of an official North Chicago Police handout, a smiling African American man is handcuffed in an orange prison jumpsuit and another is portrayed as bug-eyed and slack-jawed in a mugshot.

NAACP: Increase Black Troopers In N.J.

October 7, 2011
George Gore, the political action chairman of the NAACP's New Jersey chapter, said the consent decree requires good-faith efforts to recruit blacks, and "they have not lived up to that."

NAACP: End 'Flawed' War on Drugs

July 27, 2011
NAACP delegates approved a resolution that sets out to outline "the facts about the failed drug war" and points out that the U.S. spends over $40 billion annually to lock up "low-level drug offenders, mostly from communities of color," according to the group.

S.C. Governor, NAACP Oppose Collection of DNA from Felons

October 30, 2008

Reggie Lloyd, director of the State Law Enforcement Division, said he also was concerned with the new law and its potential to direct scarce resources away from core functions such as keeping officers on the streets.

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