PG County Police Suspend 2 Officers Over Offensive "Driving While Black" VideoYouTube
Nov. 18, 2012
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PALMER PARK, Md. — Prince George's County police have suspended two officers who allegedly created a video depicting racially stereotypical actions and posted it on the Internet.Chief Mark Magaw said at a news conference Friday evening that a duty status hearing for the two officers will be conducted next week.Police say the video depicts a traffic stop and includes two black officials in uniform who use crude stereotypes and profanity. The two are shown interacting with a black driver, who appears to be an actor.