Family, Rev. Al Sharpton speak out after Javier Payne, 14, goes through window during arrest

Payne's family and Rev. Sharpton gathered at the

Payne's family and Rev. Sharpton gathered at the National Action Network office in Manhattan. (Credit: News 12 The Bronx)

The family of a teenager who was allegedly shoved into a glass window by police earlier this week stood with Reverend Al Sharpton Saturday to speak out against the incident.

Javier Payne, 14, was taken to the hospital where he received 50 stitches after going through a window last weekend while he was being arrested.

Police say Payne and a 13-year-old friend of his assaulted a man on...

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