Police Board president Ghian Foreman praised the police for their restraint at protests and for not hurting people. The police beat him a few hours later.
President of the Chicago Police Board Ghian Foreman said police beat him with a baton.
This came just hours after he praised police for their professionalism, and how much “restraint” they showed at protests. He continued on to tell the Chicago Police:
And just hours later, he said he happened to walk by a protest in which wasn’t participating, and police beat him.
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