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In Video Houston doctor doubles down on claims hydroxychloroquine as virus cure

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The Houston-area doctor featured in a controversial, viral video claiming an anti-malarial drug is a cure for COVID-19 shared her side of the story with KPRC 2.

Dr. Stella Immanuel touted hydroxychloroquine as the cure for coronavirus in a press conference in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday. The video of her press conference was shared by President Donald Trump and one of his sons before Twitter and Facebook took it down for violating their misinformation policy.

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Arkansas PD Release Bodycam Video of Fatal Arrest of Lionel Morris crying out, “I can’t breathe.”

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As several Arkansas police officers pinned Lionel Morris on the floor of Harps Food Store in February, with the knee of one officer pressing into his back, the 39-year-old begged for help, repeatedly crying out, “I can’t breathe.”

The Conway Police Department said that on Feb. 4, the supermarket reported that two men had removed a drone from its packaging. When officers arrived on the scene, Morris ran away, prompting a chase around the food store—until he was tased multiple times and punched at least twice.

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But newly released body-camera footage shows the officers continued to use excessive force on Morris, even after he clearly said he was in duress, yelling about his heart and stating he couldn’t breathe during an encounter that lasted more than six minutes.  

“If you can talk, you can breathe. Chill out,” one Conway police officer responded. “We got an ambulance.” Minutes later, Morris was “pulseless and unresponsive.” He was pronounced dead while being transported to a local hospital.  

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Did she just say the N-Word on BBC? Really!!!

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In a segment, presenter Fiona Lamdin discussed a racially-motivated attack on a Black man. ‘Just to warn you, you’re about to hear highly offensive language,’ she said in a voiceover.

‘Because as the men ran away, they hurled racial abuse, calling him a “n*****”.’ Read More Here

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Oakland County woman who is charged with pointing a gun at a Black mother said she thought she was ‘Going to Die

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Oakland County woman who is charged with pointing a gun at a Black mother and her two teenagers outside an #OrionTownship #Chipotle said she thought she was ‘Going to Die.

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