Today In Hip Hop History: Larry Davis Shoots 6 Corrupt NYPD Officers And Escapes 31 Years Ago

On this date in 1986, a 19-year-old Bronx man by the name of Larry Davis was engaged in a shootout with over 25 NYPD officers who came after him in what appeared to be a murderous hit. For those that don't know what makes this such a unique story is that Davis not only survived, but escaped unharmed long enough to tell his story to the FBI. Larry Davis was acquitted of the police shootings(six officers were critically injured), which was the only time anyone was acquitted for shooting an officer of the law in U.S. history.

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