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Police officers injured in Memphis

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Police officers injured in Memphis

Police officers injured in Memphis

At least 36 police officers have been injured during protests over a deadly shooting involving officers in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Police officers injured in Memphis

SHOOTING.NATS."THEY HAVE A GROUP THAT'SGATHERED AND THEY'RE PUSHINGAGAINST THE SQUAD CARS."PEOPLE ANGRY AFTER A 20 YEAROLD MAN WAS SHOT MORE THAN ADOZEN TIMES BY OFFICERS ONWEDNESDAY.POLICE SAY BRANDON WEBBER HADSEVERAL WARRANTS OUT FOR HISARREST, AND HE ATTEMPTED TO GETAWAY FROM A TRAFFIC STOP,RAMMING SEVERAL PATROL CARS,FORCING OFFICERS TO SHOOT.THINGS GOT VIOLENT LAST NIGHT,AFTER SEVERAL PEOPLE GATHEREDFOR A VIGIL NEAR THE SCENE OFTHE SHOOTING.POLICE SAY PROTESTERS THREWROCKS AND BRICKS AT OFFICERS...AT LEAST SIX HAD TO BE TREATEDAT THE HOSPITAL.NEW IMAGES THIS MORNING OF THE




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