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Wednesday, May 29, 2024 | Back issues
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Biased Cops

Two San Diegans accuse the city’s police department of “viewpoint discrimination” by declaring an unlawful assembly and shooting anti-Trump protesters with pepper spray and pepper balls and beating them with batons, while high-fiving and chatting with pro-Trump protesters.

SAN DIEGO — Two San Diegans accuse the city’s police department of “viewpoint discrimination” by declaring an unlawful assembly and shooting anti-Trump protesters with pepper spray and pepper balls and beating them with batons, while high-fiving and chatting with pro-Trump protesters.

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