MA Court: Black Men May Have a Good Reason to Flee Police

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The Massachusett Supreme Judicial Court tossed out a Boston man’s gun conviction and ordered judges to consider whether a black person who walks away from a police officer is attempting to avoid the “recurring indignity of being racially profiled.” The Boston NAACP applauded the decision. That city's police commissioner said he is "troubled" by the ruling.
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