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LISTEN: Why Is The Culture Of Policing Comfortable With Deadly Force?

Jun 6, 2020

The worldwide demonstrations of the last two weeks have been in protest of police brutality. And yet, they have delivered images from across the U.S. of police acting brutally against unarmed people in the midst of the protests. 

Connecticut Public Radio’s All Things Considered host, John Henry Smith, spoke with Bridgeport-based attorney Antonio Ponvert, who has represented several victims of police violence.

Hear the interview below: