Another one, especially gruesome. When police in Rochester, NY were called to help Daniel Prude, a black man suffering a mental health crisis, they ordered him prone naked on the cold ground, cuffed him, put a hood over his head, and pinned him down as he cried, begged, prayed and finally died. On Thursday, almost six months after his murder and a day after his family released video of it, the city suspended seven cops for what Prude's righteous, anguished brother called "a lynching."
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