A new report out this week shows that of 140,000 pedestrians questioned by police in Philadelphia last year, one-quarter were stopped illegally. For the past six years, a court-appointed monitor has been overseeing changes to the city’s police department after the ACLU of Pennsylvania found widespread abuse in the way Philadelphia officers interacted with civilians.
This segment aired on May 5, 2017.
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