CBSN TV – Video shows Baltimore police officer repeatedly punching man in the head

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An unidentified Baltimore police officer has resigned after video surfaced of him repeatedly punching a man on the street. An attorney for the victim, DeShawn McGrier, said his client suffered a fractured jaw and fractured ribs. The incident is the latest controversy involving Baltimore police. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett has the latest.

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