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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 2003 American Indian Movement activist Clyde Bellecourt said he wasn't surprised that a Minneapolis, Minnesota, police union official was denying claims of police brutality. Bellecourt and other community leaders raised the allegations on Wednesday. They cited witness accounts of a beating of an Indian man and woman. Bellecourt and others are planning a rally next Thursday against police brutality. Get the Story:
Police union: Indians' allegations of brutality untrue (The Minneapolis Star Tribune 1/31)
MINNEAPOLIS: Officers denying witness charges (The St. Paul Pioneer Press 1/31) Today on Indianz.Com:
Police brutality accusations denied (1/31) Relevant Links:
Minneapolis Police Officers Federation - http://www.mpdfederation.com
Minneapolis Police Department - http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/citywork/police Related Stories:
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