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Detroit police SUV drives through crowd after protesters climb on hood

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Detroit police SUV drives through crowd after protesters climb on hoodThe driver activated the overhead lights, then gunned the accelerator, sending two protesters flying onto the pavement as the vehicle sped off.
 
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