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In an ongoing investigation, ProPublica has detailed how NYPD officers who’ve mistreated civilians have escaped significant punishment and even been promoted to top positions, while commissioners have often dismissed proposed penalties for officers.
NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL PROPOSES SWEEPING NYPD REFORMSBY ERIC UMANSKY AND JOAQUIN SAPIENFEBRUARY 1, 2021PROPUBLICA
The unverified claims in the podcast fueled speculation among fans that Spears was being mistreated, prompting an April 2019 public demonstration in Los Angeles where protestors demanded her release from the treatment facility.
The company had a reputation for mistreating workers and had been fined by the Labor Department for failing to report injuries.
When large firms across industries have underpaid or mistreated workers, paid out bad actors, or failed to take a stand for what’s right, employee activists have increasingly pushed back, pressuring companies to do the right thing.
Barely a month earlier, Alex was part of a different house, one that no longer exists because its manager allegedly withheld money from and mistreated its members.
HOW A TIKTOK HOUSE DESTROYED ITSELFREBECCA JENNINGSOCTOBER 1, 2020VOX
I am telling you that some people will judge and mistreat you just because of the color of your skin.
South Carolina and Georgia got that way after people from those places came in and taught them to mistreat colored people.
Their fears were groundless for Paul would never let a dog go hungry or mistreat a human being.
It is one of our peculiarities that we like to mistreat anyone whose soul is differently organized from ours.
Of his return to Ohio and of an attempt by a mob to capture and mistreat him we have his account in the Trumpet of Nov. 1.

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