Rep. Cynthia McKinney Apologizes For Scuffle With Capitol Policeman

April 2006
Jet;4/24/2006, Vol. 109 Issue 16, p6
This article reports the public apology by U.S. Representative Cynthia McKinney over a scuffle with a Capitol Hill police officer. McKinney represents the 4th Congressional District of Atlanta, Georgia for the United States Congress. McKinney had accused the policeman of racial profiling and inappropriate conduct, which resulted in McKinney punching the officer. The apology was witnessed by other members of the Black Caucus at the House of Representatives.


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