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Black Lives Matter Withdraws from San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade Over Increased Police Presence

June 27, 2016
On Tuesday, SF Pride announced that this year’s events would have a “significant police presence” and that, for the first time in the celebration’s 46-year history, attendees at the festival would be required to pass through security screening.

Michigan Deputy Dies from Memorial Day Parade Injuries

June 1, 2016
A Branch County (MI) Sheriff's deputy who was bucked off his horse during a Memorial Day parade has died.

Philly Cop Punches Woman in Puerto Rican Parade

October 1, 2012
Video from Philadelphia's Puerto Rican Day parade over the weekend shows a uniformed cop punching a woman in the face. The blow leaves the woman’s mouth bloody. The officer — identified as Lt. Jonathan Josey — then handcuffs her and another cop leads her away.

Video: Commish Kelly Downplays NYPD Cops' Dirty Dancing

September 13, 2011
The NYPD's top cop said he wished his officers hadn't participated in the revelry, but said it's not unusual for cops assigned to work the parade to get caught up in the rowdy spirit.
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