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Federal judge dismisses Ferguson protesters’ $41.5 million lawsuit against police

Federal judge dismisses Ferguson protesters’ $41.5 million lawsuit against police ST. LOUIS — A federal judge has dismissed a civil rights lawsuit that alleged police used excessive force against Ferguson, Mo., protesters and violated their civil rights. U.S. District Judge Henry Autrey on...
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