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Officer in Puerto Rico Shirt Incident Resigns

Newsmax Thursday, 12 July 2018
Officer in Puerto Rico Shirt Incident ResignsAn Illinois police officer has resigned amid controversy surrounding a video that appears to show him ignoring a woman who asked for assistance in a confrontation over the Puerto Rico shirt she was wearing.
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News video: Police Officer Stands By As Man Harasses Woman For Wearing Puerto Rico Shirt In Forest Preserve

▶ Police Officer Stands By As Man Harasses Woman For Wearing Puerto Rico Shirt In Forest Preserve 00:55

The Cook Country Forest preserve has placed a police officer on desk duty after a video showed the officer standing by as a man harassed a woman for wearing a shirt with the Puerto Rican flag. Matt Yurus reports.

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