Virginia AG launches civil rights probe after Black Army medic pepper-sprayed by police

Virginia’s attorney general has launched a civil rights investigation into whether there was an “unlawful pattern or practice of conduct” at the Windsor Police Department after officers detained a Black uniformed U.S. Army lieutenant at gunpoint and pepper-sprayed him while conducting a traffic stop in December.

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