Officers involved in a 2012 shooting in Cleveland are suing the city and police officials, alleging racial discrimination.
They claim the defendants have a pattern of treating non-African American officers harsher than African American officers, when it comes to officer-involved shootings of African Americans. The plaintiffs in the federal suit are not African American.
The incident cited in the suit began when officers saw a car speeding and heard what they thought was a gunshot directed towards them.
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Hands up for a hug: A moment of reconciliation has emerged from the avalanche of images showing protests over the fatal shooting of Mike Brown. A photo of a white cop hugging a black teen in tears at a protest in Portland, Oregon, has gone viral. Ferguson is high on Obama's agenda Monday with a Cabinet meeting on law enforcement. Then he sits down with elected officials, civil rights activists and faith leaders to talk about building trust in American communities.