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Image caption Aurora police have aologised for the arrests. Police in Colorado have apologised for drawing guns on a black woman and four children they mistakenly arrested. Widely circulated video footage of Aurora officers handcuffing Brittney Gilliam, her six-year-old daughter, teenaged nieces and sister has sparked outrage amid a national debate over police tactics against ethnic minorities. The police department said the officers mistakenly believed Ms Gilliam's car had been stolen and had been trained to perform a "high-risk stop". The department has launched an investigation and will cover the cost of therapy for the children, aged six, 12, 14 and 17, it said. On Monday, Aurora Inter... Full story

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