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Aurora police in Colorado questioned on use of force during Elijah McClain protest: report

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Aurora police in Colorado were facing criticism for using pepper spray and smoke grenandes on people protesting the death of Elijah McClain, a 23-year-old Black man put into a chokehold by police last year, according to a report.
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News video: Aurora Interim Police Chief Defends Use Of Force At Elijah McClain Protest

Aurora Interim Police Chief Defends Use Of Force At Elijah McClain Protest 02:10

A heated city council meeting in Aurora questioned the police use of force during a protest and violin concert on Saturday night during calls for justice for Elijah McClain.

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