Macy's Customers Claim Racial Profiling at NYC Store

Macy's insists that store employees did not detain a black customer.
0:59 | 10/28/13

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Another black shoppers accusing the NYPD of racial profiling after making a purchase at a Manhattan department store. -- hallmark says undercover cops followed him for no apparent reason after he left Macy's Herald Square in April demanding to see his receipts before letting him go out. He says NYPD civilian complaint review board is looking into the accident and this comes of course on the -- of complaints I think other black shoppers. That they had run ins with police after buying items at Macy's and Barney it's. Both very much humiliated. And embarrass the crowd was watching me as they've -- whom -- We -- -- -- to stop stop in prison and quick not no laid out allows -- and risen to continue is this season and the rule and the. -- Macy's issued a statement today on a lawsuit filed by a trip may actor. Rob Brown over his detention by. Police after buying expensive watch Macy's insists no employees are involved in Brown's attention or questioning.

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