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Black Man Dies After Being Shot 20 Times In Emergency Room By Ohio Police Officers, Medical Examiner Says

On April 12, last year, 27-year-old Black man Miles Jackson was shot and killed by police officers in a Columbus, Ohio, emergency room. Jackson allegedly had a gun tucked into his sweatpants and the gun reportedly went off, which doesn’t mean he opened fire in the ER, it just means the gun went off. Now, a medical examiner has ruled Jackson’s death a homicide and reported that he was shot 20 times and suffered wounds to his head, chest, and abdomen.
COLUMBUS, OH
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BUCKS COUNTY, PA

Drug Users Are Losing Their Fingers and Toes After Shooting ‘Tranq Dope’

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PHILADELPHIA, PA

LOOKING BACK: Bear eats woman at Colorado home after decade of alleged illegal feeding

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COLORADO STATE

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Black voters suffer another significant loss in the Supreme Court

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Dozens of horseshoe crabs take over Florida beach

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FLORIDA STATE