Issue: Whether the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit departed from longstanding
procedure and precedent and failed to view video and
other evidence in the light most favorable to the plaintiff with respect to the central facts of the case and accepted a version of facts that is a “visible fiction” when it
“should have viewed the facts in the light depicted by
the videotape” and other evidence.
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