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Police beating and the Department of Justice Investigation
Police beating and the Department of Justice Investigation

AIR DATE: February 13, 2012

Videotape of Henderson police beating and kicking a motorist while on the ground has stirred anger in the community.  The motorist has settled with the city.  We take a look into that story as well as the latest news that the Department of Justice has decided to drop its probe of Las Vegas Metro's deadly force policies.
Lawrence Mower, LVRJ

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