Latino man's death in Tucson fuels debate over police brutality on Hispanics

Hispanic leaders are amplifying their calls for police reform following the revelation that a Latino man died while in police custody in Tucson nearly two months ago.

Carlos Ingram López died on April 21, but his death was not made public until video of his death was released by police Tuesday. The officers involved in the incident resigned last week and Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus offered to resign as well, as Mayor Regina Romero expressed indignation over the incident.

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