A Black real estate agent was showing a house to a Black man and his 15-year-old son in Wyoming, Michigan, when they were handcuffed by police. They were eventually released and the Wyoming Department of Public Safety says an internal review concluded "race played no role in our officers' treatment of the individuals." The three individuals share their story with CNN's Don Lemon.
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