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NBA star J.R Smith beats up alleged protester during George Floyd protests

Daily Star Monday, 1 June 2020
NBA star J.R Smith beats up alleged protester during George Floyd protestsNBA basketball star J.R. Smith was caught on a video beating up an unidentified man, who allegedly vandalised Smith’s car during the George Floyd-fuelled protests in Los Angeles on Sunday.
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News video: Protests and prayer take place in Terre Haute as people demand justice for George Floyd

Protests and prayer take place in Terre Haute as people demand justice for George Floyd

Protests and prayer take place in Terre Haute as people demand justice for George Floyd

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