Valley Brook gets touching tribute in NY Times

Over the weekend, the New York Times published a report on police violence in America, specifically taking a look at "Why so many traffic stops end in police killings."


As part of the piece, the paper examined the profiteering side of policing, and how many cities and towns across the country use their police forces as revenue machines, targeting motorists for minor infractions that eventually lead to excessive fines, arrests, and, every now and then, a police chase and/or shooting.


You know, places like the venerable Oklahoma City suburb of Valley Brook, Oklahoma.


Here's the lede from the Times report:


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