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Closing Thursday, the Memphis Police Division introduced that it was once firing 5 law enforcement officials who beat a person named Tyre Nichols to dying right through a site visitors forestall. In a while later on, all 5 officials have been jailed and charged with homicide. Then the police division launched body-camera and surveillance-camera photos of the incident. Within the days that adopted, the photos, and the query of whether or not or to not watch it, changed into the item of public preoccupation, superseding the violence it captured. Doreen St. Félix is a workforce creator at The New Yorker. She joins Tyler Foggatt to talk about police-brutality movies as cultural gadgets—and the police as a storytelling equipment.