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Las Vegas sheriff: Police who detained Seahawks' Michael Bennett acted 'appropriately and professionally' - Seattle Times

Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo speaks during a news conference about an incident involving NFL football player Michael Bennett, at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Headquarters in Las Vegas, Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. Lombardo says officers acted ...and more »

NFL Star Michael Bennett Was Not Racially Profiled When Detained, Sheriff Says - Newsweek

09_30_Michael_Bennett Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett at a press conference in Phoenix, Arizona, January 29 2015. Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports. Share. U.S. racism. Police officers who detained the Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael ...and more »

Las Vegas Sheriff Says No Evidence Officers Mistreated NFL Player Bennett - NBCNews.com

LAS VEGAS — Police acted appropriately and professionally detaining Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett when he ran from a casino as officers searched for an active shooter following a report of gunfire at an after-hours club on the Las ...and more »

Will Michael Bennett's Police Altercation Video Lead to Legal Action? - Sports Illustrated

The release of the LVMPD video has only proved to make a potential case more divisive. By Michael McCann. September 29, 2017. On Friday, Clark County (Nevada) Sheriff Joe Lombardo announced that three officers from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police ...and more »

Las Vegas police show new body cam footage of Michael Bennett detainment - Q13 FOX

LAS VEGAS — Police in Las Vegas said in a news conference Friday afternoon that they found no evidence that officers used excessive force when they detained Michael Bennett after a reported shooting in August. Sheriff Joe Lombardo showed several clips ...and more »

Did an NFL Player Burn an American Flag in a Locker Room? - snopes.com

A doctored photograph purportedly showed a member of the Seattle Seahawks setting a U.S. flag on fire. 13K. CLAIM. A photograph shows a Seattle Seahawks player burning an American flag. FALSE. RATING. FALSE. ORIGIN. In September 2017, as the attention ...and more »

Las Vegas police defend officers' actions in detaining Michael Bennett - KOMO News

Seattle Seahawks center Justin Britt, right, stands next to defensive end Michael Bennett as Bennett sits on the bench during the singing of the national anthem before the team's NFL football preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings, Friday, Aug ...and more »

Britt McHenry wants NFL to apologize to Vegas cops over Michael Bennett incident - New York Daily News

Ex-ESPNer Britt McHenry wants to see the NFL say sorry to the Las Vegas police. McHenry was quick to support the Las Vegas police department's version of events spelled out in a Friday press conference about the night Seahawks defensive end Michael ...and more »

Las Vegas police say there was 'reasonable suspicion' to detain Seahawks' Michael Bennett - Washington Post

Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo announced during a Friday news conference that “no evidence” has been found to suggest the use of excessive force when Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett was detained last month following the Floyd ...and more »

Sheriff: Las Vegas police had reasonable suspicion to stop Michael Bennett - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo said Friday that officers had “reasonable suspicion” to stop NFL player Michael Bennett in August after a shooting was reported on the Strip. “They did what they were trained to do,” Lombardo said ...and more »