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February 3, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
State officials agreed to pay $12.9 million to the four victims of a 1998 police shooting on the New Jersey Turnpike that caused a national furor over racial profiling. The state did not admit any wrongdoing in settling the civil suit. The four men--three black, one Latino--were pulled over near Trenton as they headed to a North Carolina college. Three of them were injured in the shooting. Two white troopers, John Hogan and James Kenna, said they stopped the van for speeding.
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February 3, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
State officials agreed to pay $12.9 million to the four victims of a 1998 police shooting on the New Jersey Turnpike that caused a national furor over racial profiling. The state did not admit any wrongdoing in settling the civil suit. The four men--three black, one Latino--were pulled over near Trenton as they headed to a North Carolina college. Three of them were injured in the shooting. Two white troopers, John Hogan and James Kenna, said they stopped the van for speeding.
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