Are Innocent Citizens at Risk of Police Seizure of Their Cash, Cars and Homes?PBS NewsHour
Aug. 21, 2013
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Property seizure is a profitable practice for local law enforcement agencies, long used to deprive mobsters and drug kingpins. But the police can also take personal goods away from citizens who haven't been proven guilty of a crime. Ray Suarez talks to Sarah Stillman who investigated civil forfeiture for The New Yorker.
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