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Fire White Plains Cop For Racial Slur Used In Fatal Confrontation

Posted: Friday, October 11, 2013 5:00 pm

A white police officer who is believed to have shouted a racial slur during a 2011 standoff that ended with cops fatally shooting a 68-year-old black U.S. Marine veteran has been fired, White Plains police confirmed last week.

“It’s a small but significant step in getting justice for the murder of my father,” Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. told the Journal-News of Westchester in reaction to the dismissal.

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