Professor Oliver Writes Op-Ed About Historical Roots of Excessive Force
Professor Wes Oliver wrote an op-ed for the Post-Gazette about how search and seizure during Prohibition was often a violent procedure.
Oliver says examining the treatment of black men during Prohibition helps explain why the law has failed to adequately address our recurring problem with excessive force.
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