Detroit police officer arraigned for allegedly firing rubber bullets at photojournalists

A Detroit police officer has been arraigned on charges for shooting rubber bullets at photojournalists during an anti-police brutality protest in Detroit.

Corporal Daniel Debono is charged with three counts of felonious assault. Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said he fired rubber bullets at three photojournalists during a May 31 protest for “no explicable reasons.”

According to a press release from Worthy’s office, journalists Nicole Hester…

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