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Independent report details how police and EMS mishandled Elijah McClain's fatal arrest

Por: CBS News Politics February 23, 2021

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An independent investigation into the death of 23-year-oldafter an August 2019 arrest by Aurora, Colorado, officers describes how the arrest was mishandled and recommends the city reassess its use of force policies and overhaul its internal review process.  Elijah McClain The investigative panel wasn't tasked with concluding whether the officers committed crimes or violated policies, but rather to investigate the actions of officers and... + full article



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