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Martin Gugino, the 75-year-old man who was knocked to the ground by Buffalo police officers last June during a protest, said he was "a little surprised" that a grand jury did not indict the two officers who pushed him, causing a skull fracture.
1. Did you hear about this story when it first happened last June?
2. The officers, Aaron Torgalski and Robert McCabe, remain suspended from duty pending an internal investigation into the June 4 incident. Captured on video at a protest against racism and police brutality, Gugino was shoved, fell to the ground and his head was bleeding as other officers walked by him. Do you think the officers should have been indicted?
3. When a reporter asked Gugino on Thursday whether the argument of his violating an 8:00 p.m. curfew -- meaning Gugino broke the law by being at the protest -- justified what happened to him, Gugino said he thought the curfew was "a mistake." do you think Gugino is at fault for being out past the 8 pm curfew?