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Blue Lines, Shaded in Black and Brown: The Diallo Shooting, Race and Politics
Unformatted Document Text:  1 Amy Waldman, “His Lawyer Says Diallo Lied on Request for Political Asylum”, NY Times, March 17, 1999. 2 Michael Cooper, “Diallo Lawyers Level New Charge”, NY Times, March 8, 1999; Sean Gardiner, “Suspects as Usual”, Village Voice, January 2, 2007. 3 A very recent example is Shem Walker, a man who once had been incarcerated but whose shooting took place in circumstances wholly disconnected with any criminality, but whose record was prominently reported in stories about his death. 4 U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics, Policing and Homicide, 1976-1998: Justifiable Homicides by Police, Police Officers Murdered by Felons, Series NCJ 180987, March 2001. 5 New York Times, Page A-23 Mar 3, 2000 6 Phil Hirschkorn, “Latest police shooting of unarmed man fuels New York Senate race debate”, March 22, 2000. Downloaded 2/22/04 from

Authors: Roy, Beth.
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 Amy Waldman, “His Lawyer Says Diallo Lied on Request for Political Asylum”, NY Times, March 
17, 1999.
 Michael Cooper, “Diallo Lawyers Level New Charge”, NY Times, March 8, 1999; Sean Gardiner, 
“Suspects as Usual”, Village Voice, January 2, 2007.
 A very recent example is Shem Walker, a man who once had been incarcerated but whose 
shooting took place in circumstances wholly disconnected with any criminality, but whose record 
was prominently reported in stories about his death.
 U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics, Policing and Homicide, 1976-1998: Justifiable Homicides by 
Police, Police Officers Murdered by Felons, Series NCJ 180987, March 2001.
 New York Times, Page A-23 Mar 3, 2000
 Phil Hirschkorn, “Latest police shooting of unarmed man fuels New York Senate race debate”, March 22, 2000. Downloaded 2/22/04 from

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