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Greensboro PD Allegedly Used Excessive Force On 87 Year Old!

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The Justice For All Show has been notified that at least two citizens have filed complaints alleging that at least one Greensboro Police Officer assaulted and or used excessive force on an 87-year-old woman.  We have notified the Greensboro Police department and are awaiting a response from police officials.

There has been a litany of serious allegations of misconduct filed against officers and officials of the Greensboro Police Department during the past two years, including discrimination.   The Chief of the Greensboro Police Department, Ken Miller, allegedly placed a ban on officers taking complaints or interviewing witnesses at the Beloved Community Center.  The investigators tasked to investigate allegations of misconduct did not interview some complainants.  How could this happen?  Is Police Chief Ken Miller a racist presiding over a police agency plagued by systemic corruption?  Apparently the city administration cares more about trees than investigating allegations of misconduct and discrimination.

Join us on Thursday January 10, 2013 at 6:00 PM eastern time for a detailed discussion of the numerous and serious allegations of police misconduct against members and officials of the Greensboro Police Department.