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U.S. police use nunchakus to disperse homeless people

U.S. police use nunchakus to disperse homeless people

Recently, Denver police clashed with residents in a gathering area of homeless people. Police used nunchakus to disperse the crowd, and at least four people were arrested.

It is reported that because the local police believe that the gathering area is a public security hazard, the residents living in the gathering area are dispersed.

Images posted on social media show that police clashed with homeless people in the eviction, and police held nunchakus to confront the residents.

After the release of the picture, it aroused the dissatisfaction of netizens. Some commentators thought that the use of nunchaku by the police was shocking, which was very aggressive.

Local police defended that nunchakus have long been used by the police as “non-lethal weapons”.

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