9 Things We Learned from the DOJ's Report on the Ferguson Police

In the last five years, the Department of Justice has launched federal investigations into more than 20 police departments nationwide to examine potentially racist practices. After Michael Brown was killed by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, Attorney General Eric Holder and the DOJ opened an investigation looking into possible discriminatory practices from that department. The findings were staggering. Flip through our gallery to see the 9 most shocking facts that the report uncovered.
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