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New Jersey / Shooting Investigation #180338

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 09, 1998
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(New York: JuJu Chang) A traffic stop in New Jersey that turned violent reviewed; scenes shown from the turnpike where two state troopers, John Hogan and Kenna, fired on a minivan carrying black and Hispanic men after a routine traffic stop. [Civil rights activist Al SHARPTON - speaks out about the shooting.] The legal charge that the troopers acted out of "racial profiling," in which drivers are stopped because of skin color, outlined. [Attorney Johnnie COCHRAN - comments on the practice.] [Witness Juan POLK, attorney Robin Kay LORD - comment on the New Jersey case.]

Brown, Aaron;
Chang, JuJu

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