Phoenix police incident outrages nation

June 2019
New York Amsterdam News;6/20/2019, Vol. 110 Issue 25, p4
The article reports on the public reaction to a police incident involving an African American couple who were violently arrested, according to a video, due to alleged shoplifting at Family Dollar Store in Phoenix, Arizona on May 27, 2019.


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