Police Fires Rubber Bullet, Stand News Reporter Hit In Head

November 1st at 7PM. Stand News reporter was hit in the face by sponge round or rubber bullet, causing redness and soreness on the right cheek, the reporter also experienced symptoms like drumming in the ear and loss of balance. The Stand News reporter later posted on his Facebook page sharing that he was already walking on the side of the road instead of the middle; meanwhile, he was wearing a helmet, gas mask, and goggle, which protected most areas of his head, but he still got hit on the cheek area that was not covered by the unannounced shot from the police.



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