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Inside Chicago's Legacy Of Police Abuse: Violence 'As Routine As Traffic Lights'

03/04/2015 12:09 pm ET | Updated Mar 04, 2015
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He would go on to investigate torture for a distinguished religious group, become an anti-apartheid campaigner and even an adviser to his city’s mayor. But before all that, in the early 1960s, Prexy Nesbitt was just another young black man thrown over the hood of his car by one of Chicago’s notoriously brutal police.

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