Tuesday, December 16, 2014

‘We get it’: Cops join protest against police brutality in California city

A California police chief joined a protest Tuesday against police brutality.

Chris Magnus, chief of Richmond police, held a sign that read “#BlackLivesMatter,” a Twitter hashtag used by civil rights advocates, as other officers joined in the peaceful protest, reported the Contra Costa Times.

“I’ve never seen anything like it, not in Richmond, not anywhere,” said resident Mary Square. “All these police, and the police chief, holding signs calling for an end to police violence.”

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