In 1992, two NYC police officers gunned down Earl Black, a psychiatric patient, after Black allegedly lunged at them with a knife while surrounded by nurses and his mother at his home. Black's family sued the city for wrongful death and claimed the NYPD withheld key evidence that implicated the officers' guilt. A new trial has begun. Interviews with those involved in the case included.
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