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NAACP Maryland State Conference react to tasering by Ocean |...

Images of recent actions by Ocean City Police (top image, right) and Anne Arundel County police in Odenton (below) on a poster frame from left, siblings Zaelyn Drake, 12, M.J. Armour, 6 and Nevaeh Armour, 8 of from Fayetteville NC who are visiting family in Anne Arundel County hold a Black Lives Matter banner in front of Cynthia Fikes, (white top), president of Columbia Democratic Club, Rev Marguerite Morris of For Kathy's Sake Inc., and state Del. J. Sandy Bartlett (D-32) during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall.
(Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)

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State civic, community leaders gather in Annapolis, reacting to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police
(Karl Merton Ferron)
NAACP Maryland State Conference react to tasering by Ocean City police
The governor's mansion rises above state civic and community leaders gathered at the statue of Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall during a press conference near the State House Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently.
The governor's mansion rises above state civic and community leaders gathered at the statue of Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall during a press conference near the State House Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
NAACP Maryland State Conference react to tasering by Ocean City police
State civic and community leaders gather at the statue of Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall during a press conference near the State House Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently.
State civic and community leaders gather at the statue of Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall during a press conference near the State House Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
NAACP Maryland State Conference react to tasering by Ocean City police
Images of recent actions by Ocean City Police (top image, right) and Anne Arundel County police in Odenton (below) on a poster frame from left, siblings Zaelyn Drake, 12, M.J. Armour, 6 and Nevaeh Armour, 8 of from Fayetteville NC who are visiting family in Anne Arundel County hold a Black Lives Matter banner in front of Cynthia Fikes, (white top), president of Columbia Democratic Club, Rev Marguerite Morris of For Kathy's Sake Inc., and state Del. J. Sandy Bartlett (D-32) during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall.
Images of recent actions by Ocean City Police (top image, right) and Anne Arundel County police in Odenton (below) on a poster frame from left, siblings Zaelyn Drake, 12, M.J. Armour, 6 and Nevaeh Armour, 8 of from Fayetteville NC who are visiting family in Anne Arundel County hold a Black Lives Matter banner in front of Cynthia Fikes, (white top), president of Columbia Democratic Club, Rev Marguerite Morris of For Kathy's Sake Inc., and state Del. J. Sandy Bartlett (D-32) during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
NAACP Maryland State Conference react to tasering by Ocean City police
Attorney Billy Murphy speaks during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently.
Attorney Billy Murphy speaks during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
NAACP Maryland State Conference react to tasering by Ocean City police
Nevaeh Armour, 8 of Fayetteville NC who is visiting family in Anne Arundel County returns a poster that fell, bearing a still images of Ocean City, MD. police (above) and Anne Arundel County police in Odenton, both subduing youth with knees during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall.
Nevaeh Armour, 8 of Fayetteville NC who is visiting family in Anne Arundel County returns a poster that fell, bearing a still images of Ocean City, MD. police (above) and Anne Arundel County police in Odenton, both subduing youth with knees during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
NAACP Maryland State Conference react to tasering by Ocean City police
Ivory Smith, president of the Worcester Co. chapter NAACP speaks, during a press conference at the statue of Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently.
Ivory Smith, president of the Worcester Co. chapter NAACP speaks, during a press conference at the statue of Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
NAACP Maryland State Conference react to tasering by Ocean City police
James Spearman, a retired sergeant who served Annapolis City Police speaks during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently.
James Spearman, a retired sergeant who served Annapolis City Police speaks during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
NAACP Maryland State Conference react to tasering by Ocean City police
State delegate Pamela E. Queen (D-14) stands with civic and community activists during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently.
State delegate Pamela E. Queen (D-14) stands with civic and community activists during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
NAACP Maryland State Conference react to tasering by Ocean City police
Mo Lloyd, a community youth activist speaks during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently.
Mo Lloyd, a community youth activist speaks during a press conference at the statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall Wed., June 16, 2021 in reaction to the recent tasering and kneeing by Ocean City Police recently. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
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