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Despite Warnings, People Are Still Dying While Being Held Face Down By Police

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Karen Sutherland sits by her son Shayne's gravesite at the Park View Cemetery in Manteca, Calif., on Feb. 24, 2024. (Beth LaBerge/KQED)

People Continue To Die While Being Held Face Down By Police In California

The warnings go back nearly 30 years. As soon as a person is handcuffed, get them off their stomach. So says a Department of Justice bulletin from 1995. Yet, people in California continue to die after being held face down by law enforcement.
Reporter: Emily Zentner, California Newsroom

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