Ron Thomas

father of Kelly Thomas

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Father of Kelly Thomas, the mentally ill man who who was beaten by Fullerton police and died after being in a coma for five days

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A Local Experiment in Protecting the Mentally Ill

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Two Fullerton police officers  face criminal charges  in last July's  beating death of Kelly Thomas , who was homeless and mentally ill.

Investigation of Kelly Thomas Beating by Fullerton Police

Two Fullerton police officers face criminal charges in last July's beating death of Kelly Thomas , who was homeless and mentally ill.

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The City of Fullerton made international headlines in July, when a 37-year old homeless schizophrenic named Kelly Thomas died after a police beating.

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The City of Fullerton made international headlines in July, when a 37-year old homeless schizophrenic named Kelly Thomas died after a police beating.

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