The fact that police officers in Ferguson and New York have not been indicted for killing unarmed men has caused outrage across the country. It is not entirely clear how many people have been killed by police, but what is clear is that officers are rarely charged in these types of cases. Drew Griffin investigates.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is a former NYPD Captain. Anderson spoke with him about whether police should be investigated by local prosecutors.
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