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Votie Patterson says he's been pulled over multiple times by police, which he believes is due to being black and driving a Mercedes-Benz CLK55. Renée C. Byer The Sacramento Bee
Votie Patterson says he's been pulled over multiple times by police, which he believes is due to being black and driving a Mercedes-Benz CLK55. Renée C. Byer The Sacramento Bee

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