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  • Kentucky sheriff's deputy handcuffed third-grader in class

    A Kenton County Deputy Sheriff in Covington, Kentucky handcuffed an 8-year-old boy in class. The boy has attention deficit disorder and a history of trauma, according to the ACLU.