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Civil Rights leaders hold Press Conference about CHP beating
By Sentinel Staff Report
Published July 10, 2014

  Maisha Allums, the daughter of Marlene Pinnock who was seen being beaten by a California Highway Patrol Officer on a viral video stands with the Attorney representing the family, Caree Harper at a press conference held at the Los Angeles Sentinel July 10, 2014. Photo By: Nicole Williams

 

Civil rights leader Danny J. Bakewell Sr. held a press conference at the Los Angeles Sentinel Thursday July 10, at 10:30 am for the beating of African American female pedestrian Marlene Pinnock. Several family members and attorneys were present including outraged community members. Stay posted for more information. 


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