Media Cop Out

Bloom, John
March 2004
American Enterprise;Mar2004, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p47
Presents an article about the case of African American Nathaniel Jones, who died of beating by policemen in Cincinnati, Ohio. Details of the incident; Criticism on the media coverage of the incident; Role of a videotape in police investigations into the case.


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