Arinde, Nayaba
August 2007
New York Amsterdam News;8/16/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 34, p1
The article reports that internationally known lawyer Michael Warren visited a court to attend a police brutality case against New York Police Department officer James Talvy. Warren and his wife were beaten by Talvy when they tried to intervene as cops manhandled a young Black male. Warren said the case against him and his wife represented the symbolic and profound disrespect for the Black community.


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