Families Of Past Police Shooting Victims Seek Justice Department Action

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In 2012, New York City student and taxi driver Mohamed Bah, 28, was depressed, but he refused to go to the hospital. His mother, Hawa, called 911. Instead of paramedics, police in tactical gear swarmed his apartment building, reports the Washington Post. Once inside, they opened fire. When Mohamed was finally loaded into an ambulance,
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