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Topic - Chante Price
The American Civil Liberties Union said in a lawsuit filed Thursday that a 10-year-old boy suffered a concussion when a D.C. police officer slammed the boy's head into a cafeteria lunch table while at the child's elementary school.
Ms. Price was unavailable to comment about the incident but said in a statement provided by the ACLU that she believes that "justice needs to be done."
"It is important to bring this lawsuit to help kids understand that they have rights and to help the police understand that kids have rights," she said.