DAILY CALLER WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT
Washington, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine offered to seal arrest records of more than 200 people arrested for violating curfew during protests in the wake of George Floyd’s murder, The Washington Post reported.
Racine announced that he had sent letters to 220 protesters who violated the curfew informing them that if they responded to the letter, his office would act to seal the arrest record. His office has already announced that they weren’t going to be prosecuted for the charges, however.
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