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(Portland, OR)  --  Portland's City Council is overturning the city's police bureau's decision to exonerate a police officer for using a Taser on a bicyclist six times in fifteen seconds in September 2014. City council members voted three-to-two on Wednesday to reverse the decision regarding Officer Bradley Nutting's actions against Matthew Klug of Portland. However, the council did not suggest Nutting receive any discipline. Portland's police chief concluded Klug acted in a threatening manner during a struggle with officers after an arrest that justified the Tasing.

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