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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”, CNN.com. March 22, 2000. Downloaded 2/22/04 from http://www.cnn.com/2000/ALLPOLITICS/stories/03/22/clinton.giuliani/

Authors: Roy, Beth.
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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”, 
CNN.com. March 22, 2000. Downloaded 2/22/04 from 
http://www.cnn.com/2000/ALLPOLITICS/stories/03/22/clinton.giuliani/


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