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NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 28, 2015
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Now to the new developments in that troubling takedown of a female student in South Carolina today. The deputy who threw her to the ground and dragged her in class was fired. And as NBC's Gabe Gutierrez tells us the incident is raising more questions about the use of police force in schools across the country. Barely 48 hours after Deputy Ben Fields slammed his 16 year old girl to the floor he was fired. What he should not have done is thrown the student. That's what he should not have done. [Sh...
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