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American Agenda (Crime: Police Corruption) #157453

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 02, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(New Orleans, Louisiana: Erin Hayes) Police corruption in New Orleans, Louisiana, examined; details given of the charges against police officers. [On patrol, new recruit Jerry AUFTERMARK, veteran Tommy MERKDALE - talk about police reputations.] [Police Superintendent Richard PENNINGTON, Mayor Marc MORIAL - comment on the ongoing criminal investigations.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(No location given: Ned Potter) The problem of trying to find the unfit cop examined; details given of psychological testing procedures that is being used to weed out potential problem cops. [Voice of Los Angeles deputy district attorney Marcia CLARK - talks about Detective Mark Fuhrman.] [San Francisco police Lieutenant Alan BENNER, police psychologist Michael ROBERTS, Illinois Association of Police Chiefs Chief Ron PAVLOCK - talk about screening police officers.] The case of New Orleans police officer Antoinette Frank, who was convicted of murder, cited as an example. [LAPD psychologist Nels KLYVER - recounts the evaluation of Fuhrman.]

Hayes, Erin;
Jennings, Peter;
Potter, Ned

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