Customs Search Bias Probe At Atlanta Airport Results In Black Supervisor Replacing White

April 1999
Jet;04/26/99, Vol. 95 Issue 21, p40
Reports that the United States Custom Service has replaced Dale O'Connor, a white customs supervisor, with Robert White, a black supervisor, after accusations that O'Connor unfairly singled out black travelers for searches at Atlanta airport in Georgia.


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