Mass. Police Unions Ask Obama for Apology
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Mass. Police Unions Ask Obama for Apology

A multiracial group of police officers stood with the white officer who arrested a black Harvard scholar and asked President Barack Obama and Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick apologize for comments union leaders called insulting. Video by AP

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