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Halifax woman's Walmart arrest should 'never have happened': lawyer
Santina Rao appeared in court Wednesday after her controversial arrest in January at a Halifax Walmart. She says police officers racially profiled her, and broke her wrist as well as gave her a concussion during the arrest.
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