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Police Violence

A motorist who was shot in the back by a Marion County sheriff’s officer claims the department uses unreasonable, excessive force against alleged “aggressive” drivers, killing two others and wounding him, in federal court.

CLARKSBURG, W. Va. — A West Virginia motorist who was shot in the back by a Marion County sheriff’s officer claims in a federal complaint that the department uses unreasonable, excessive force against alleged “aggressive” drivers, killing two others and wounding him.

Categories / Civil Rights, Personal Injury

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