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28 arrested during peaceful protest in Beverly Hills and held for hours; activists call for their release

LOS ANGELES - Beverly Hills police arrested 28 people during a peaceful protest overnight, and the demonstrators remained in custody late Saturday afternoon, prompting concern from activists who said they should have been cited and released more quickly.

The protest, which began about 7:30 p.m. and drew about 75 people, was the third demonstration in Beverly Hills organized by the Black Future Project,

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