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A federal judge on Monday released the police dash cam video of the Sept.14, 2014, arrest of 17-year-old Bryce Masters. This is an excerpt of that video that shows Independence police officer Timothy Runnels using a stun gun on Masters, handcuffing him and dropping him to the pavement.
A federal judge on Monday released the police dash cam video of the Sept.14, 2014, arrest of 17-year-old Bryce Masters. This is an excerpt of that video that shows Independence police officer Timothy Runnels using a stun gun on Masters, handcuffing him and dropping him to the pavement.

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