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Protester Sues After Police Cracked His Skull

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Protester Sues After Police Cracked His Skull

Protester Sues After Police Cracked His Skull

A 75-year-old peaceful demonstrator is suing the city of Buffalo, New York, after police were shown in a viral video shoving him to the ground in June 2020.


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