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May 13, 2022

A bus transporting predominately black student lacrosse players from Delaware State University gets stopped and searched while traveling through Georgia. The Georgia cops conduct an unlawful search with drug-sniffing dogs. John Iadarola and Aida Rodriguez break it down on The Damage Report.
Read more here:
Cops Searched a Bus Carrying Black College Athletes With a Drug-Sniffing Dog - https://www.vice.com/en/article/n7nxab/delaware-lacrosse-team-bus-georgia-police
"Sheriff's deputies used a drug-sniffing dog to search a bus full of Black college lacrosse players after a minor traffic stop in Georgia—seemingly in hope of trying to get the players to admit to drug possession.
The incident, caught on video via police body cameras, came after the bus was stopped on Interstate 95 for a minor traffic violation last month. The bus was transporting the women from a game in Jacksonville, Florida, back to Delaware State University.
Bodycam footage of the incident shows a Liberty county cop in his patrol car holding the license of the bus driver, saying over the radio that he suspects someone on the bus may have something illegal."
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