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July 23, 2012


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I applaoud the lawyer and the person who fought this case, Thank you


Or just ignore it completely.

Frank Ney

All this means is that the MPD officers will exercise their creative writing skills in the arrest report to justify the detention, confiscation of cell phone/camera, arrest, and subsequent beat down.

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