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No charges for officer who pepper-sprayed Army lieutenant

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A special prosecutor in Virginia says that a former police officer should not be criminally charged after he pepper-sprayed, struck and handcuffed a Black U.S. Army lieutenant.
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No charges for officer who pepper-sprayed Army lieutenant

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — A former police officer in Virginia should not be criminally charged but should be investigated for potential civil rights violations after he pepper-sprayed, struck and handcuffed a Black U.S.

4 months ago·United States
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No charges for officer who pepper-sprayed Army lieutenant

A special prosecutor in Virginia says that a former police officer should not be criminally charged after he pepper-sprayed, struck and handcuffed a Black U.S. Army lieutenant

4 months ago·United States
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Special prosecutor says Virginia police officer who pepper-sprayed Army lieutenant should not face state charges

A Virginia police officer who pepper-sprayed an Army lieutenant and pushed him to the ground during a traffic stop in 2020 should not face state charges, a special prosecutor says, though he formally referred the case to the US Attorney's Office for a federal civil rights investigation.

4 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Special prosecutor says Virginia police officer who pepper-sprayed Army lieutenant should not face state charges

By Rob Frehse, CNNA Virginia police officer who pepper-sprayed an Army lieutenant and pushed him to the ground during a traffic stop in 2020 should not face state charges, a special prosecutor says, though he formally referred the case to the US Attorney’s Office for a federal civil rights investigation.“Although I find the video very disturbing and frankly unsettling, (Officer Raymond) Gutierrez’s use of force to remove (Caron) Nazario did not …

4 months ago·Panama City, United States
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No charges for officer who pepper-sprayed Army lieutenant

A former police officer in Virginia should not be criminally charged but should be investigated for potential civil rights violations after he pepper-sprayed, struck and handcuffed a Black U.S. Army lieutenant during a 2020 traffic stop, a special prosecutor has determined.

4 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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No charges for officer who pepper-sprayed Army lieutenant

A special prosecutor in Virginia says that a former police officer should not be criminally charged after he pepper-sprayed, struck and handcuffed a Black U.S. Army lieutenant.

4 months ago·Detroit, United States
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