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COPA releases trove of videos from body-slamming incident

The Civilian Office of Police Accountability has released more than three dozen videos related to the
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The Civilian Office of Police Accountability has released more than three dozen videos related to the Thanksgiving arrest of Bernard Kersh — the schizophrenic man who, police say, spat in an officer’s face before he was body-slammed to the pavement.
The officer who threw Kersh to the ground and his partner have been stripped of their police powers while COPA investigates the use of force. Reporter Sam Charles has the story…

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