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Son of black man who died in custody speaks out

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The son of a black man who died in police custody two months ago said he feels the family has been denied the truth about what happened. The interaction caught on video shows officers hitting and tasing Tommie McGlothen Jr. in Louisiana. (June 12)
 
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