The City of Greensboro and its police department are cleaning house after an alleged case of racial profiling. In June, black police lieutenant discovered he was being tracked by a special unit in the department. At the same time, the city manager’s office received a number of complaints from other policemen that black officers on the force were being unfairly targeted for internal investigations. Earlier this month, the police chief resigned and the FBI has begun looking into the matter to determine if a full investigation of civil rights violations is warranted. Rusty Jacobs reports.