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St. Louis County’s Prosecutor Office to Investigate Marvia Gray and Derek Gray Arrest in Sam’s Club

Missouri prosecutors have launched an investigation into the alleged police assault of a black woman and her son after a video of four officers pushing the pair on the concrete floor of a Sam’s Club store went viral. 

St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell announced the investigation into the March 23 incident against Marvia Gray, 68, and her 43-year-old son, Derek, on Wednesday evening. The independent investigation comes just two days after the Grays filed a civil-rights lawsuit against the city of Des Peres and the four officers involved, claiming they were violently arrested after being falsely accused of stealing a television from the big-box store. 

“The Des Peres Police Department recently brought our office an application for charges regarding the incident at the Des Peres Sam’s Club, which occurred in late March 2020,” Bell said in a statement. “We have initiated an independent investigation into all aspects of the matter.”

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South Korean club FC Seoul to be punished for placing SEX DOLLS in the stands — RT Sport News

South Korean football club FC Seoul will face disciplinary sanctions for filling empty seats at the stadium with sex dolls last week. The club could be fined $4,000 and stripped of points for violating K-League regulations.

On Sunday, the club placed about 25 life-size dolls in the stands to produce an effect of a home crowd during coronavirus restrictions which prohibit football fans from attending games.

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Their 1-0 win over Gwangju FC was marred by an avalanche of criticism directed to the club for using sex-related plastic fans.

The plastic supporters were dressed in team’s colors and wearing masks. Some of them were holding supporting banners with the team’s slogans.

However the seemingly innocent idea of putting dolls in the stands turned into a huge scandal after attentive fans who watched the match on TV noticed that one of the banners showed the name of an adult toy manufacturer.

FC Seoul delivered public apologies insisting however, that a supplier assured them to deliver mannequins, not sex dolls.

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We apologize deeply to all those concerned about the unfortunate situation that occurred,” the club said. “We will review our internal procedures to ensure this does not happen again.”

The club will be penalized for using unusual cheerleaders as K-League regulations strictly prohibit inappropriate and sex advertisements.

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