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Washington officers on trial in deadly arrest of Manny Ellis, a case reminiscent of George Floyd

  • Manuel Ellis, a Black man, died after being restrained by Tacoma officers, sparking local outrage but not receiving the same attention as George Floyd's murder.
  • The trial of the officers involved in Ellis' case could set a precedent for holding police accountable, with video footage playing a crucial role.
  • Washington's 5-year-old law, designed to make it easier to prosecute police for wrongful use of deadly force, is being put into practice for the first time in Ellis' trial.
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