The trial in Minneapolis of the former police officer charged with killing George Floyd raises questions not only about policing and race in America, but also about the capacity of US courts to try police officers. Host Marco Werman speaks with Peter Herbert, OBE, who served on London's Metropolitan Police Authority and is part of an independent international commission of prominent experts studying police brutality in the US.
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