W.V. ACLU’s Joseph Cohen Discusses Cop Fired For Not Shooting Suspect

ACLU West Virginia Executive Director Joseph Cohen



West Virginia ACLU Executive Director Joseph Cohen, former general counsel for United Electrical Workers (UE), talks about the case of a Weirton, West Virginia police officer, who was fired for not shooting an armed black man.

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Mike Elk
Mike Elk is an Emmy-nominated labor reporter and alumni of the Guardian. A native of Pittsburgh, Elk grew up in a UE union family. Elk was the only American reporter in the room with Lula on the morning of the election & traveled with him to the Oval Office. Credited by the Washington Post for being the first reporter to track the strike wave systematically, Elk started Payday Report using his NLRB settlement from being illegally fired for union organizing in 2015. He lives in his hometown of Pittsburgh and attended journalism school at PUC-Rio de Janeiro. He speaks both Portuguese and Pittsburgh fluently. His email is [email protected]

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