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July 21, 2015

Miss. cops 'hogtied' man before death

Witness says police in northern Mississippi 'hogtied' him on a stretcher
July 17, 2015

Man punches off-duty Minn. officer

Man punches off-duty Minn. officer
July 17, 2015

Tenn. officers respond to shots fired at military facility

A video was taken showing officers during the shooting in Chattanooga Thursday. Multiple shots can be heard.
July 16, 2015

Ala. cops administer CPR on pepper sprayed man

Officers released video from the night a man died after police said he was pepper sprayed by officers
July 15, 2015

Vegas police release video of traffic stop that left gunman dead

A broken taillight turned violent after the agitated driver pulls a gun, leaving an officer wounded and gunman dead
July 14, 2015

Va. police say man accidentally hurt in search, man claims otherwise

Video: Va. police say man hurt accidentally, release dashcam
July 09, 2015

Pa. police investigate use of force during arrest

Philly department was made aware of the video shortly after it was posted by an LA-based blogger on YouTube
July 06, 2015

Arrest attempt ends in scuffle between suspect, NY cop

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton defended the officer’s actions after viewing the viral video
July 06, 2015

Colo. officer fatally shoots armed man

Officer Ron Arlint responded to a report of trespassing at a trailer park in April when the deadly confrontation occurred.

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