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Tuesday, June 11, 2024 | Back issues
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Doo-wop discrimination

DETROIT — Hospital staff assumed the lead singer of the Motown music group The Four Tops was mentally ill and placed him in restraints after he presented with chest pains. When his wife arrived and showed medical staff a video of him, he was released and given a $25 gift card for his trouble.

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