Crowd control weapons caused at least 115 head injuries amid summer protests across US, study says

The use of crowd control weapons during protests that have unfolded nationwide after the officer-involved death of George Floyd has left scores of people with head injuries, according to a new study.Physicians for Human Rights, a Texas-based organization, in a study published on Monday, identified 115 people who were shot in the head or neck at demonstrations with “Kinetic Impact Projectiles” — like rubber bullets and bean bags — starting the day after 46-year-old Floyd died in Minneapolis.Video of the Memorial Day incident, which sees an officer kneel for several minutes on Floyd’s neck while…

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