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Minnesota Lawmaker Claimed He Was Cited For ‘Driving While Black,’ So Police Released Bodycam Footage

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By Tim Pearce

Police in St. Paul, Minnesota, released bodycam footage Tuesday of a traffic stop involving Minnesota state Rep. John Thompson (D) after the lawmaker claimed he was racially profiled.

A St. Paul police officer pulled Thompson over early in the morning on July 4, saying that the lawmaker was driving without a front license plate, which is illegal in Minnesota. Thompson claimed during the traffic stop, and in a statement released afterward, that the police officer pulled him over because he is black.

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