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Roland Martin talks with Debra Pernell-Simmons, the vice president of the National Action Network about being tasered by police during a rally in Natchez, Mississippi.
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Update on my natchez,miss. case. All charges dismissed on July 30th, 2013 at natchez justice court house on bogus charges of protesting which interfered with gov.t. Bldg. and resisting arrest. Also, this is the kicker, the prosecutor stipulated that i apologize to sheriff officers in order to have all charges be dropped. not the best lawyer, who advised i apology, but i don’t get an apology from them. Go figure. No justice,No peace!
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