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A Baltimore police officer has been put on paid leave after he was filmed repeatedly punching a man and knocking him to the ground

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

A Baltimore police officer was put on paid leave on Saturday after a recording surfaced showing him repeatedly punching a man during a confrontation.
The recording lasts about 30 seconds, and the city's interim police commissioner said the video "deeply disturbed" him.
Warren Brown, an attorney for the man who was knocked down, identified his client as 26-year-old DaShawn McGrier.
Brown said his client faces charges for assaulting the officer, whom he identified as Arthur Williams, in June - charges McGrier is contesting in court.
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Officer suspended after video showing him repeatedly punching man goes viral

Officer suspended after video showing him repeatedly punching man goes viral

2 monthes ago   |   By KETV

A Baltimore police officer seen on video repeatedly punching a man has been suspended.
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Plane carrying Melania Trump forced to turn around over smoke in cabin

Plane carrying Melania Trump forced to turn around over smoke in cabin

Melania Trump's Philadelphia-bound plane was forced to return to Joint Base Andrews on Wednesday morning after a “mechanical issue” caused smoke to waft though the cabin... Read more ...

'You should die in a locked closet,' judge tells man found guilty of killing...

'You should die in a locked closet,' judge tells man found guilty of killing 4-year-old girl

The man was convicted of capital murder in the beating death of his girlfriend's 4-year-old daughter. Read more ...

12-year-old boy electrocuted while climbing fence to retrieve ball at...

12-year-old boy electrocuted while climbing fence to retrieve ball at football practice

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Canada is now the world's largest legal marijuana marketplace

Canada is now the world's largest legal marijuana marketplace

Canadian leaders say the goal is to better reflect society's changing opinion about marijuana and bring black market operators into a regulated system. Read more ...

Bradley's grand slam helps Red Sox beat Astros 8-2 in ALCS

Bradley's grand slam helps Red Sox beat Astros 8-2 in ALCS

The Boston Red Sox take a 2-1 lead in the AL Championship Series against the Houston Astros. Read more ...

Musk to buy $20 million worth of Tesla stock

Musk to buy $20 million worth of Tesla stock

Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk will purchase company stock worth $20 million in the next open trading session, the electric carmaker said in a filing on Wednesday. The... Read more ...

Ohio woman charged with using 3-year-old daughter to create child porn

Ohio woman charged with using 3-year-old daughter to create child porn

An Ohio woman has been arrested and returned to Pennsylvania to face charges she created pornographic images of her 3-year-old daughter. Read more ...

Fritz Wetherbee: Master Kirby of Barnstead

Fritz Wetherbee: Master Kirby of Barnstead

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Canada to pardon people with marijuana convictions as the country legalizes pot

Canada to pardon people with marijuana convictions as the country legalizes pot

Canada's government will introduce legislation to let people apply for a pardon of marijuana possession convictions. It comes on the day that the country has legalized... Read more ...

Grandma accused of stabbing toddler, burning her inside oven

Grandma accused of stabbing toddler, burning her inside oven

JACKSON, Miss. - The death of a 20-month-old girl found stabbed and burned inside an oven of a Mississippi Delta home led to a murder charge Tuesday against the child's... Read more ...