Diallo change of venue enrage black dems

Browne, J. Zamgba
December 1999
New York Amsterdam News;12/23/99, Vol. 90 Issue 52, p3
Reports on the opposition of African-American political leaders in New York, New York, against the venue change for the Diallo murder case. Impact of the venue change on the trial of New York Police Department officers charged with the murder of Amadou Diallo; Need for vigilance against police brutality. INSET: Rangel calls for federal monitoring of Diallo trial..


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