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Judge says Salisbury University students’ excessive force suit can proceed (access required)

Four Salisbury University students can proceed with their federal civil-rights lawsuit against the Eastern Shore city, alleging its police force has a pattern or custom of targeting and harassing the school’s students as evinced by an officer’s alleged use of excessive force in falsely arresting the quartet.

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Defamation claim against alleged Salisbury U. sexual assault victim dismissed (access required)

A victim of an alleged sexual assault cannot be sued for making defamatory statements about the incident to “unnamed and perhaps unknown” individuals, a federal judge has ruled in dismissing a claim brought by two former Salisbury University students accused ...

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Md. universities arm police with surplus military equipment (access required)

WASHINGTON – Police departments at four Maryland public universities have received more than $190,000 worth of surplus military equipment–ranging from rifles to an armored truck–from the federal government at no charge, according to public records reviewed by Capital News Service. ...

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