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Red Bank cops start riot, swipe phones of students recording uproar

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Police officers in the Tennessee town of Red Bank swarmed a group of college students at a graduation party that was slowly dissolving into the early morning hours, and created an uproar captured by one of the participants whose iPhone was siezed “as evidence.” By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio The phone of Roderick Allen DeBerry was seized because he had the mendacity to record the melee and not leave the private property when the city officer told him to scat. The quiet breakup of the 150-person event was rippled by an argument and possible shoving match between a student

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