In New Orleans, New Evidence of a Beating by Police

Thompson, A. C.
August 2010
Pro Publica;8/ 8/2010, p1
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The article reports on several incidents of police beating in New Orleans, Lousiana. The periodical "New Orleans Times-Picayune" has disclosed evidence that police officers physically attacked two city residents and a photojournalist on September 1, 2005, three days after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. In 2010, New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) officers officers allegedly beat two handcuffed men severely they suspected of firing at police near the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.


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