Police brutality march a bust

An annual protest denouncing police brutality turned ugly on Thursday with police arresting 15 people. Six of the arrested were minors. The charges range from arson, assault on a police officer, mischief and illegal assembly. Last year, 33 people were arrested.

An annual protest denouncing police brutality turned ugly on Thursday with police arresting 15 people.

Six of the arrested were minors. The charges range from arson, assault on a police officer, mischief and illegal assembly.

Last year, 33 people were arrested. A police officer also had a bottle hurled into her face.

The demonstration began at Snowdon metro station and protestors marched up Queen Mary in the C

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