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California Cop Alleges Racial Harassment on the Job

The Richmond, California police department may have to pay up at least $5 million to an African-American officer who filed a racial harassment lawsuit against them. The man says he experienced "excessive scrutiny, criticism and discipline" while on the force since 2003. He was fired twice for accusations of lying but was cleared of charges on both occasions. This has held him back, he says. (Photo: Jon Boyes/Getty Images)

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