Conviction Overturned for New Orleans Cops Who Killed Two After Katrina
On Tuesday, a federal judge ordered a retrial for five New Orleans police officers who were convicted of civil rights violations in the shooting of six unarmed civilians in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The judge said grotesque prosecutorial misconduct during the trial necessitated a retrial.
Joining The Real News Network to discuss all this is Glen Ford, the executive editor of the Black Agenda Report.
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