Sunday, December 5, 2010

Concern, protest sparked by allegations of city police brutality

In Asbury Park, New Jersey, more than a dozen city residents converged upon a local police station, bundled up against a day that was barely above freezing, to protest what they believe is wrong: alleged police brutality.

City resident Duane Small said people shouldn't be afraid of their government. The protest was arranged after a packed City Council meeting. The particular concern that sparked the community response was the alleged recent assault of two teens, a male and a female, by officers.

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