Latasha Nelson, right, speaks at a news conference with attorney Kim T. Cole, left, on Thursday, July 13, 2017, at the Next Generation Action Network in Dallas. Nelson says police in the Dallas suburb of Arlington offered to drop charges against her two teenage sons in exchange for a cellphone video she shot that allegedly shows an officer needlessly pushing her older son to the ground and arresting him.
Latasha Nelson, right, speaks at a news conference with attorney Kim T. Cole, left, on Thursday, July 13, 2017, at the Next Generation Action Network in Dallas. Nelson says police in the Dallas suburb of Arlington offered to drop charges against her two teenage sons in exchange for a cellphone video she shot that allegedly shows an officer needlessly pushing her older son to the ground and arresting him. Jaime Dunaway AP
Latasha Nelson, right, speaks at a news conference with attorney Kim T. Cole, left, on Thursday, July 13, 2017, at the Next Generation Action Network in Dallas. Nelson says police in the Dallas suburb of Arlington offered to drop charges against her two teenage sons in exchange for a cellphone video she shot that allegedly shows an officer needlessly pushing her older son to the ground and arresting him. Jaime Dunaway AP

Questionable police conduct needs to end

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