Ash-lee Henderson,left, speaks to media on behalf of the Concerned Citizens for Justice organization during a news conference Monday morning at Miller Park. The group announced that they will organize against police brutality in response to a video showing police beating an inmate last week.
Ash-lee Henderson,left, speaks to media on behalf of the Concerned Citizens for Justice organization during a news conference Monday morning at Miller Park. The group announced that they will organize against police brutality in response to a video showing police beating an inmate last week.
Photo by Dan Henry .
published Monday, March 4th, 2013
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In response to a video of Chattanooga police officers beating a man, a citizens group organized to stop police brutality is urging residents to use cellphones to document actions of officers and to get the names of officers they encounter.

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