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About 30 people, shouting slogans such as “self defense is no offense” and armed with protest signs and banners, marched Saturday from the Levy County Sheriff’s Office to the county courthouse in support of a Bronson man they say was treated unfairly by law enforcement because of the color of his skin.
“We’re here because a black person stood up and resisted,” said African People’s Socialist Party Committee Member Penny Hess from the steps of the courthouse.
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