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“The sheriff’s deputy has his hand around Khadafy Manning’s neck. Manning, a 35-year-old black man, is standing rod straight, or at least as straight as someone with a debilitating spinal injury can, with his hands cuffed behind his back, dressed in his underwear, asking why he is being humiliated in his own living room.
“‘Officer, please. Why are you handling me like this?”
“‘Because you ain’t acting right,” the deputy responds.”