Subject:

Karen Mahabir

  • Specials

    October 18, 2005

    Father of the Movement

    How Al Sharpton rose from 'racial arsonist' to racial healer, and changed New York City

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    September 21, 1999

    The Warrant Squad 'Burglars'

    Detectives allegedly broke into an apartment once occupied by a suspect. They rummaged through the new tenant's lingerie, then said it was all a mistake. Was it a crime?

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    September 7, 1999

    My Uncle Vinny

    When Vincent Curto was gunned down by police during a robbery nearly four years ago, no one wanted to hear his nephew's accusation that he was brutally assaulted as he lay dying. Until now.

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    August 31, 1999

    By Any Means (Unnecessary)

    A History of the Confrontational Politics That Led to the 'Assault' on Councilman Bill Perkins by the Bully Boys of The Million Youth March

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    August 24, 1999

    Hillary 'Banned' In Crown Heights

    The First Lady's embrace of Former Mayor David Dinkins ignites an orthodox Jewish backlash

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    August 17, 1999

    Hillary's Crown Heights Problem

    If Rudy Giuliani plays the race card, he most likely will try to attack Former Mayor David Dinkins's legacy in one of the city's ethnic hotbeds

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    August 3, 1999
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    July 20, 1999

    Malcolm X's Killer Axed

    Insiders Say Aziz Has Been Forced Out of Top Nation of Islam Posts

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    July 13, 1999

    Against the Blue Wall

    A Black Cop Tries To Break the Code of Silence in New Jersey

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    June 29, 1999
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    June 29, 1999

    Getting Away with Justifiable Murder

    A new court ruling opens old wounds for the family of a psychiatric patient gunned down by police in 1992

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    June 15, 1999

    Execution-Style

    Amateur Boxer Says Cop Shot Him

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    June 8, 1999

    Trippin' On A Hooker

    Pushcart James Says He Saw a Man Beat a Prostitute Named Pork Chop. Pushcart Is a Dope Fiend. The Alleged John Is a Policeman.

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    May 25, 1999

    The Making of a Guilty Plea

    Volpe Family Adviser Played Key Role

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    May 18, 1999

    Nations of Islam at War

    Two Factions of the Black Muslim Movement Clash Over a Newspaper Route, But the Roots of the Conflict Are Much Deeper

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    May 11, 1999

    Race Under Fire

    'New York's Bravest' Said It Refused To Hire a Black Paramedic Because He Lied and Used Drugs. He Says Discrimination Kept Him From Moving Up the Ladder.

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    April 27, 1999

    Rudy Kisses Butts

    Embattled mayor embraces a harsh critic, but still can't find forgiveness in some African American quarters.

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    April 13, 1999
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    April 13, 1999

    Return To Ground Zero

    Million Youth March Organizer Announces Plans For Rally This Year

  • Specials

    April 6, 1999
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    March 30, 1999

    Father of the Movement

    How Al Sharpton rose from 'racial arsonist' to racial healer, and changed New York City

  • Specials

    March 30, 1999
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    March 23, 1999

    Who is Gunning for Ex-Farrakhan Spokesmen?

    Khallid Muhammad says FBI warned aides about Nation of Islam Death threats

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    March 16, 1999

    In the Shadow of Death

    A Mystery Virus Triggers Rumors of a Murder Plot Against the Cancer-Stricken Louis Farrakhan and Talk of a Power Struggle Inside His Nation Of Islam

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    March 9, 1999

    It Takes a Woman

    Amadou's mother's plea to Hillary

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    March 2, 1999

    Raising Patrick Bailey

    The painful journey for justice for an unsung victim of alleged police brutality

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