Joel Shults

National Center for Police Advocacy

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Director of the National Center for Police Advocacy and author of The Badge and the Brain: Street Smart Force; retired police officer

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In New York, the medical examiner called a videoed killing "homicide" by chokehold, but the grand jury did not return an indictment.

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In New York, the medical examiner called a videoed killing "homicide" by chokehold, but the grand jury did not return an indictment.

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