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Transgendered Saint Louis protester details her experience with cops

TYT Politics Reporter Jordan Chariton spoke with Amy Jade, a transgender woman in St. Louis, about the disturbing treatment she received from the St. Louis police upon arrest.St. Louis PD General Non-Emergency: 314-231-1212Internal Affairs: 314-444-5405Mayor Lyda Krewson: 314-622-4800Don't forget to tell us your thoughts in the comment section below!

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Two weeks before an election, in the middle of the night, Charlottesville police arrested a DA candidate who was vowing to rein in police abuse.

It was early June, and in less than two weeks, voters in Charlottesville would go to the polls to decide on the city’s next district attorney, with one of the candidates vowing to rein in police abuse and roll back mass incarceration. Bald except for a patch of white hair

Man acquitted of felony charge over Facebook police parody page sues: A 28-year-old Ohio man is suing police for arresting him and putting him on trial for felony charges in connection to a fake Facebook page he created. The Facebook page mocked the local police department.

A 28-year-old Ohio man is suing police for arresting him and putting him on trial for felony charges in connection to a fake Facebook page he created. Anthony Novak alleges federal civil rights violations in the aftermath of his 2016 arrest by the police department of Parma, just south

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