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Killings in Indian police custody go unpunished, says rights group

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CHENNAI, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Senthil Kumar's mother saw him being dragged off by policemen on charges of extortion. Standing outside the Vadamadurai police station in India's southern state of Tamil Nadu, she heard him scream for mercy. The next day she was told her son was dead.

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CHENNAI, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Senthil Kumar's mother saw him being dragged off by policemen on charges of extortion. Standing outside the Vadamadurai police station in India's southern state of Tamil Nadu, she heard him scream for mercy. The next day she was told her son was dead.

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