Police brutality video footage: Does the public need to see it?

Activists held a protest in honor of Tyre Nichols at Park Central Square on January 29. Recently released video footage showed Memphis police officers beating the 29-year-old after a traffic stop. Nichols, a Black FedEx worker and father of a 4-year-old son, died three days later from his injuries. Credit: Sara Karnes/Springfield News-Leader / USA TODAY NETWORK via Reuters Connect.

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