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'Not who we are': Phoenix mayor apologises after police threaten family over dollar store doll

SBS Monday, 17 June 2019
An investigation has been launched after a family were targeted by police after a four-year-old girl took a doll from a store, with allegations by the family that police threatened to shoot them.
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24-year-old Iesha Harper and her 22-year-old fiance Dravon Ames said on Monday that the apologies by the Phoenix mayor and the police chief were a 'slap in the face' because the police officers who pointed a gun at them in a video that has gone viral are still working. The parents' attorney Sandra...

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