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Jay Z and The Weinstein Company held a press conference in New York City on Thursday to announce their upcoming television documentary series about Kalief Browder, which will air on Spike TV in January. This was a new information to me because I wasn’t familiar with the Kalief Browder’s case. Jay Z answered many of questions about police brutality. Browder was arrested at 16 years old and was imprisoned on Rikers Island for three years without conviction, spending over 1000 days in solitary confinement with no set date for a trial. He was released in 2013, and took his own life two years later. Please watch the clip below….

 

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