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The U.S. Department of Justice did not bring any charges against two officers who appeared to have slammed a wheelchair-bound man to the ground during a May arrest that was caught on tape.

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On May 19, Dwight Harris was drinking in public and resisted arrest outside a Metro Station, according to police reports.


The U.S. Department of Justice reviewed training records, video and medical reports and interviewed witness extensively and found insufficient evidence to charge the officers, saying there wasn’t evidence that the officers intentionally tried to deprive Harris of a constitutional right.



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