Arrests pile up in YouTube assault video case
We've been mirroring and embedding the video since the clip first surfaced Tuesday on YouTube. By Tuesday afternoon, someone had pulled the clip from the popular video sharing Web site -- but not before others had archived it elsewhere. City Pages re-posted the clip on its own YouTube channel late Tuesday, but YouTube pulled down that version as well, citing its violent content. The cat was out of the bag, however, and we've used other channels to get the clip in the pubic domain. You can see it below.
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