43 min

Shase Howse Unaccountable

    • Politics

In 2016 Shase Howse was standing on his front porch in Cleveland, Ohio, talking to him Mom on the phone. That’s when he was brutally assaulted by plain clothes police officers. But it was Shase who was arrested, and when all the charges were later dismissed, he moved to sue the officers involved. Those officers were granted qualified immunity.
 
In episode five, Ben and Aloe speak to Brookings Insitution fellow Rashawn Ray about how police misconduct is currently bankrupting cities, and his solution for ending qualified immunity.
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In 2016 Shase Howse was standing on his front porch in Cleveland, Ohio, talking to him Mom on the phone. That’s when he was brutally assaulted by plain clothes police officers. But it was Shase who was arrested, and when all the charges were later dismissed, he moved to sue the officers involved. Those officers were granted qualified immunity.
 
In episode five, Ben and Aloe speak to Brookings Insitution fellow Rashawn Ray about how police misconduct is currently bankrupting cities, and his solution for ending qualified immunity.
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