Baton Rouge Paying $100,000 To Police Protesters

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After a Baton Rouge, La., police officer shot and killed Alton Sterling in July, hundreds took to the city's streets in protest. Now, City Hall will pay out a few hundred dollars apiece to more than 90 protesters, including Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson, who sued the city after their arrests, reports The Advocate. The Metro Council voted Tuesday evening to . . .

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