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The public’s right to know about police misconduct

An Illinois Court of Appeals rules that police records related to misconduct reports are public documents. Supporters of the ruling say the public has a right to know the identities of police officers who’ve earned repeated complaints of misconduct. We hear what this ruling means for police accountability and how it can protect the public against abusive officers. (Photo: Flickr/reallyboring)

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