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David Denby

David Denby is a staff writer and former film critic at the New Yorker.

Diary: Deaths on Camera

David Denby, 7 September 2016

On 19 July​ 2015, a sullen, hot day with white skies, an unarmed black man was killed in Cincinnati. The incident began when Officer Ray Tensing, a member of the University of Cincinnati campus police, pulled over Samuel DuBose, whose car was missing its front licence plate. Tensing was wearing a body camera, and when the Hamilton County district attorney released the video ten days later,...

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