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Three Black Detectives Accuse Unit of Treating Blacks Like ‘Animals’

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Top supervisors of an elite NYPD anti-gun unit allegedly handled white suspects with kid gloves while treating blacks like “animals” deserving of a bullet to the head.

The explosive charges appear in sworn depositions from three members of the firearms suppression unit: two current NYPD detectives and a retired first-grade detective.

Their testimony, part of a federal discrimination lawsuit, details how Captain James Coan and Lieutenant Daniel Davin created a hostile environment for both their black detectives and suspected minority-group gun traffickers, said the plaintiffs’ lawyer, Eric Sanders.

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About Eric Sanders

Eric Sanders is the owner and president of The Sanders Firm, P.C., a new generation law firm concentrating in civil rights
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