Democracy Dies in Darkness
Caroline Ouko, mother of Irvo Otieno, holds a portrait of her son. (AP)
Irvo Otieno died after being piled on by deputies and hospital workers. His death again sparked outrage over law enforcement’s treatment of a Black man in custody, and it pointed to failures in Virginia’s criminal justice and mental health systems.
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