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FRONTLINE | "Law and Disorder" Online Investigation | PBS

Duration: 00:34
Program: Frontline

Can you help to solve these mysteries? Explore Frontline's online investigation into questionable shootings by the New Orleans Police Department in the wake of Katrina. It's been nearly five years since Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, still many questions are left unanswered in its aftermath.

FRONTLINE, ProPublica and the New Orleans Times-Picayune have teamed up in a unique investigative collaboration to try and find some answers.

FRONTLINE is taking a fresh look at six cases of violent encounters between police and civilians in the days after the levees broke. Federal investigators also are looking into a number of these cases. FRONTLINE has five reporters on the beat, and its investigation will continue to unfold online in the coming months, with documents, text and video updates as it learns learn more.

But FRONTLINE wants your help -- if you have any knowledge of these cases, call its tip line [504-826-3775], or e-mail nolatips@propublica.org

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Post Date: February 11, 2010