In a recent story, Newsweek featured the work of the Law Office of William Most. The magazine wrote:
A public records request has revealed 10 pages of emails in which Baton Rouge, Louisiana police officers used racist language, including the n-word, to describe constituents and their colleagues.
The records, made public Tuesday by the office of New Orleans attorney William Most, who filed the records request in conjunction with Harvard Law School, revealed two instances in which officers used the unprintable epithet back in 2014 and 2015.
Read the full story at: https://www.newsweek.com/louisiana-baton-rouge-police-racist-emails-1458644