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Seattle police say they have reassigned a plainclothes officer and launched an investigation after the officer was shown on a convenience store video kicking a 17-year-old boy in the groin during an Oct. 18 arrest.
Police say five people were arrested for investigation of robbery and assault on the night of Oct. 18 after an undercover officer was lured to a parking lot and attacked. Police say two officers were seriously injured and taken to Harborview Medical Center.
The actions of other Seattle officers have drawn criticism recently, including two caught on video kicking and stomping on robbery suspect and using a racial epithet. They later realized they had the wrong man