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Texas Officer Accused Of Giving Homeless Man Dog Poop "Sandwich" Wins Appeal

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Texas Officer Accused Of Giving Homeless Man Dog Poop 'Sandwich' Wins Appeal

Texas Officer Accused Of Giving Homeless Man Dog Poop "Sandwich" Wins Appeal

A Texas police officer fired amid allegations he tried to give a homeless man a sandwich filled with dog feces has won his appeal.

Ken Molestina reports.

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