Washington law spells out unreasonable use of force on children, and police are sometimes asked (or take it upon themselves) to explain it to parents.
Washington law spells out unreasonable use of force on children, and police are sometimes asked (or take it upon themselves) to explain it to parents. Ralph Lauer KRT illustration
Washington law spells out unreasonable use of force on children, and police are sometimes asked (or take it upon themselves) to explain it to parents. Ralph Lauer KRT illustration

Police-supervised child beating should make us ill

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