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The Puerto Rico Police Department has been accused of a pattern of unconstitutional activities and civil rights abuses. The accusations come after an investigation the U.S. Department of Justice launched in 2008. The DOJ issued a report last week citing excessive and deadly use of force, unlawful searches and seizures and discrimination, among other issues. Host Michel Martin and Lieutenant Governor of Puerto Rico Kenneth McClintock discuss the report and the government's responses.
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