Sep 10, 2015

Retired tennis star James Blake tackled by police in case of mistaken identity

On Wednesday, former tennis player James Blake was injured when an undercover police officer slammed him to the ground outside a Manhattan hotel in a case of mistaken identity, the New York Daily News reports. "In my mind there's probably a race factor involved, but no matter what there's no reason for anybody to do that to anybody," Blake, who is black, told the Daily News. "You'd think they...

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