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Protesters want answers about foot chase that left Malta man with brain damage

Friends, supporters and family members of 21-year-old Darryl Mount Jr., unhappy with the explanation about how he suffered injuries early Saturday morning, protested in front of the Saratoga Springs City Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013.
Friends, supporters and family members of 21-year-old Darryl Mount Jr., unhappy with the explanation about how he suffered injuries early Saturday morning, protested in front of the Saratoga Springs City Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013.
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Friends, family and supporters of Darryl Mount Jr. crowded into the Saratoga Springs City Council meeting Tuesday night in search of an explanation how the 21-year-old Malta resident ended up in Albany Medical Center with life-threatening injuries and brain damage. The answer may never be truly known — police think there weren’t any witnesses to or video footage of Mount sustaining his injuries, which they speculate were the result of a 20-foot fall from scaffolding ...

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skeetergirl
September 4, 2013
4:55 a.m.

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Mmmmmm Let's see. I see a guy running from police after beating on a woman and a reletive says we all have trouble. No I don't think so. They are wasting time when they should be going to check on the woman who was getting hurt. LOSERS

rjk1915
September 4, 2013
10:58 a.m.

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Any excuse for a "protest".

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