Court overturns San Francisco officer's suspension for amateur videos
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — The San Francisco police officer whose amateur videos were denounced by city officials as racist, sexist and homophobic won an appeal of his temporary suspension Thursday, as a court suggested that Police Chief Heather Fong had acted out of an excessive concern for public relations.
Suspended San Francisco police officer Andrew Cohen plays one of his award-winning documentaries about the SFPD at his home in Berkeley, Calif., Dec. 2005. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
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