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Radley Balko
A black woman inadvertently drove into a protest scene. Philly cops pulled her from her car and beat her in front of her toddler. America’s largest police union then posted a photo of the boy and claimed his mother had abandoned him on the street.
The social media posts told a powerful story of a vulnerable child being rescued amid chaos by hard-working police officers. But lawyers for the boy’s family told The Washington Post that story was a...
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Karen M Oct 30
Replying to @radleybalko
every new detail about this story makes it worse
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crispy Oct 30
Replying to @radleybalko
My goodness we have truly lost the plot
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Wetterschneider Oct 30
This is the plot. There will be no real action taken by the police to correct the police because this is their mandate and has been for centuries.
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Thad Collins Oct 30
Replying to @radleybalko @LOLGOP
The civil suit financial penalties should come from their pensions and insurance and not the cities!
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Maria1200andCounting,. Oct 30
Amen.
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Zach Neeley Oct 30
Replying to @radleybalko
She should have driven into a couple protestors, they would have given her a police escort out
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Tami 💙s her Seahawks 💙💚🏈🌊🦑🔥⚽️🏀🏒⚾️🏳️‍🌈 Oct 30
Replying to @zneeley25 @radleybalko
This is so fucking on the nose and depressing.
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James Austgen Oct 30
Replying to @radleybalko @ZWal93
release the lawyers
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Ryan Ogilvie Oct 30
Replying to @radleybalko
Twitter is a deep well of shitty news today, but this is heart and stomach wrenching business right here. Don’t let this story fade into the noise.
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Gabe Oct 30
Replying to @RGO_Ryan @radleybalko
today?
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