Should Police Shame Suspects on Facebook?

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Police departments increasingly are using Facebook to inform the community about what they’re doing and who they’re arresting, sometimes even adding humor to the mix. Civil rights advocates say posting mugshots and written, pejorative descriptions of suspects amounts to public shaming of people who have not yet been convicted, the Associated Press reports. “It makes them the butt of . . .

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