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Report reveals allegations of police abuses in New York City

CBS News Wednesday, 5 August 2020
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a measure allowing the disciplinary records of NYPD officers accused of abuses to be made public. Greg B. Smith, of the nonprofit news outlet The City, obtained some of those records, and he joined CBSN to explain what they show and why police unions have fought to keep them from the public eye.
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