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Outrage boils in Seattle over death of a student and an officer’s callous remarks

Demonstrators have demanded the resignation of 2 police officers

Protesters march through downtown Seattle with signs demanding justice for the victim by having the police office who laughed resign.
Protesters march through downtown Seattle after body camera footage was released of a Seattle police officer joking about the death of Jaahnavi Kandula, a 23-year-old woman hit and killed in January by officer Kevin Dave in a police cruiser, Thursday, Sept. 14, in Seattle. (Photo courtesy of Lindsey Wasson/AP Photo)
By Manuel Valdes and Andrew Selsky Associated Press
SEATTLE — Outrage grew Friday, Sept. 15 over a Seattle police officer’s remark that the life
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