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Las Vegas police respond to Michael Bennett claim

The officer at the center of the Michael Bennett incident didn’t have his body camera on when Bennett alleges he was forced to the ground by police with a gun pointed at his head. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department confirmed as much during a nearly 17-minute news conference Wednesday in response to the Seattle Seahawk’s claim that he was unfairly singled out after police responded to a report of shots fired at a nightclub last month.
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