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  • Kevin B. Blackistone

    Chicago Reporter reports on a 23 percent rise in racial violence in the city of Chicago.
  • Storm Center: John Fedders of SEC Is Pummeld by Legal and Personal Problems

    The top enforcement official of the SEC has problems on both fronts. In divorce proceedings, he admits to beating his wife periodically. He is strapped for cash living on a governmentt salary but lives like a private attorney. He was also part of an alleged cover-up in a bribery scheme by a former corp. client. He quits after news is made public
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    Philadelphia Inquirer four-month investigation of Philadelphia police's homicide division reveals a pattern of beatings, threats of violence and intimidation, coercion and knowing disregard of witnesses' and suspects' rights.
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    Miami Herald series on police brutality in south Florida documents evidence of violence committed by a small band of officers that is sanctioned by the internal discipline system of the department.
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    Courier-News series examines abuses and problems (mainly patient and staff violence) at the New Jersey Neuro-Psychiatric Institute, a state school for the retarded.