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  • Capitol Police Officer and NCCU grad wounded in attack throws out first pitch

    Watch David Bailey, one of two Capitol Police officers wounded in the attack that wounded Congressman Steve Scalise throw out the first pitch at the congressional baseball game. Bailey is a graduate of NC Central in Durham, N.C.

Watch David Bailey, one of two Capitol Police officers wounded in the attack that wounded Congressman Steve Scalise throw out the first pitch at the congressional baseball game. Bailey is a graduate of NC Central in Durham, N.C. C-SPAN
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‘Our Eagle hero’: NCCU graduate exchanged gunfire, was injured in congressional shooting

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