Samantha Six and her husband Damien Boyd were arrested after police declared protests a riot on Seattle’s Capitol Hill on July 25. Six, who has epilepsy, says she was violently arrested and kept in handcuffs without aid while having a seizure, and later denied her anti-seizure medication in jail. They say they were peacefully protesting. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
Samantha Six and her husband Damien Boyd were arrested after police declared protests a riot on Seattle's Capitol Hill on July 25. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
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