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  • Man burned on pavement: 'Nobody's supposed to live like this'

    James Bradford Nelson suffered second- and third-degree burns in June after Citrus Heights police held him down on hot pavement. More than two months later, his body is covered with heavy scars that limit his mobility and activities. He is facing charges of attempted robbery and resisting police.

James Bradford Nelson suffered second- and third-degree burns in June after Citrus Heights police held him down on hot pavement. More than two months later, his body is covered with heavy scars that limit his mobility and activities. He is facing charges of attempted robbery and resisting police. Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee
James Bradford Nelson suffered second- and third-degree burns in June after Citrus Heights police held him down on hot pavement. More than two months later, his body is covered with heavy scars that limit his mobility and activities. He is facing charges of attempted robbery and resisting police. Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee
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