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Video Shows 2 Black Women Forcefully Arrested On Nicollet Mall, NAACP Wants Answers

Posted On: Jun 14, 2019   |   Posted By: CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - The Minneapolis NAACP is calling for accountability after two young black women were forcefully arrested for verbally challenging three Hennepin County Sheriff's Deputies.
Nineteen-year-old Mikala More was dining out with a friend on the Nicollet Mall on May 31 when she verbally challenged three Hennepin County Sheriff's Deputies. She is seen subsequently being arrested in a cell phone video that her friend recorded.
“They tried to wrongfully arrest two African-American men at the time. I decided the arrest was unjust so I decided to speak up and say something,” More said.
But speaking up eventually led to her arrest for disorderly conduct and obstruction of the legal process.
“Two men take me down, put their knees in my back, twist my wrists, all that good stuff, while I'm wearing a dress,” More said.
After More was handcuffed, her friend, 20-year-old Taylor Keung , was arrested as well.
“Who do we call when the ones...

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