Although the conviction of a Florida police officer for killing an African American motorist is currently making headlines, a wide-ranging investigation into police misconduct finds that most incidents are never publicly revealed. Amna Nawaz talks to the Cincinnati Enquirer’s James Pilcher, who helped compile the report, about how law enforcement made it difficult to obtain this critical data.
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