Cedric Thornton, 19, gives his statement of false arrest to Commissioners Rosa Celorio, left, Rose Marie Belle Antoine, and Nicole Lee from the OAS civil rights branch during a meeting Monday
Cedric Thornton, 19, gives his statement of false arrest to Commissioners Rosa Celorio, left, Rose Marie Belle Antoine, and Nicole Lee from the OAS civil rights branch during a meeting Monday CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
Cedric Thornton, 19, gives his statement of false arrest to Commissioners Rosa Celorio, left, Rose Marie Belle Antoine, and Nicole Lee from the OAS civil rights branch during a meeting Monday CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

OAS human rights delegation hears South Florida police complaints

September 21, 2015 07:57 PM

UPDATED September 21, 2015 09:38 PM

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