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Cops allegedly forced homeless man to lick urinal

The FBI are investigating four Hawaiian police officers for allegedly forcing a homeless man to lick a urinal in a public restroom. The Honolulu Police Department stripped the cops of their badges and guns after being alerted of the alleged misconduct by a fifth officer who was on the scene on...
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