A New Orleans -Washington Handshake Turns to Fists New York Times NEW ORLEANS — Two days after his inauguration in May 2010, Mayor Mitch Landrieu sent a letter to Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. that began: “I am writing today to ask for your support and partnership in transforming the New Orleans Police …
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Holder announces New Orleans police reforms MiamiHerald.com NEW ORLEANS — A court-supervised agreement Tuesday to overhaul the New Orleans Police Department will require the troubled agency to implement the most sweeping police reforms ever negotiated by the Justice Department. Attorney General Eric ..
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CBS News Holder to announce New Orleans police reforms CBS News NEW ORLEANS — Attorney General Eric Holder will announce a series of court-supervised reforms of the New Orleans Police Department on Tuesday that are some of the broadest and strictest ever required of a law-enforcement agency.
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Holder to announce New Orleans police reforms The Associated Press By By KEVIN MCGILL and MICHAEL KUNZELMAN – 1 minute ago. NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Attorney General Eric Holder will announce a series of court-supervised reforms of the New Orleans Police Department on Tuesday that are some of the broadest and …
NOLA.com Sweeping New Orleans police reforms will be detailed Tuesday NOLA.com U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and local officials will announce Tuesday in New Orleans a wide slate of reforms in the New Orleans Police Department, ending months of negotiation over the most far-reaching federal consent decree of its kind in the … and more
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NOLA.com Louisiana attorney general bars cash-strapped New Orleans from Public Belt … The Republic AP NEW ORLEANS — Louisiana's attorney general says New Orleans officials have no authority to use New Orleans Public Belt Railroad funds to help balance the city's budget. Attorney General Buddy Caldwell said that the city had no 'claim' or right to …
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