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The Human Rights Watch report documents allegations of police abuse.
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They are the clenched jaw, the racing heartbeat and the rapid breathing. They are the discomfort, fear, anxiety, suspicion and disgust. For police, racist feelings are particularly dangerous. In altercations with African Americans, some police to feel a heightened sense of threat, even when no such threat exists.
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The 29-year-old's death was ruled accidental.
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The Raptors said earlier this week that they planned to join the growing chorus of pro athletes speaking out against police brutality.
Chief Clive Weighill is defending the practice.