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Aurora city council requests independent investigation into death of Elijah McClain

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Aurora, Colo., city council is asking for a new independent investigation into the death of Elijah McClain. This comes just one year after McClain’s death and as Aurora police announced new rules regarding excessive force in policing. KUSA’s Marc Sallinger reports.