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Los Angeles police officials express concern over LAPD tactics after videos show brutality. Los Angeles Times Chicago Police Board president says that he was hit by police during protests. Chicago Tribune A federal judge in Denver Friday ordered police to limit use of tear gas and rubber bullets against protesters. Denver Post In Maryland, for some, police brutality and COVID-19 are different fronts of the same war. The Washington Post A high ranking Philadelphia police official with a past history of misconduct was seen on video this past week beating protesters with a baton. BillyPenn The “police just went nuts,” say witnesses to one of the attacks. Philadelphia Inquirer In Harvard, Nebraska, scores of protesters came out in support of the town’s lone black resident. Lincoln Journal Star
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