Police shoot sign-carrying protester
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- Brendan Gutenschwager - Police fire non-lethal crowd control munitions at those in the street as a 10 pm curfew approaches in Brooklyn Center #BrooklynCenter
Police fire non-lethal crowd control munitions at those in the street as a 10 pm curfew approaches in Brooklyn Center #BrooklynCenter https://t.co/eO80ggGoZN
Type: Twitter video
Source ID: mn-brooklyncenter-8 - 2020 Police Brutality
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