Update on MPD's 2012 assault on Ames Elks Lodge

May 2013
Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder;5/9/2013, Vol. 79 Issue 41, p4
The article reports on the assault of African Americans by the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) at Ames Elks Lodge in Ames, Iowa and informs that 11 African Americans were beaten, assaulted with weapons and verbally abused with racial epithets.


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