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Prosecutors Review Strip Club Death

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FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Police say the case of a man who died after being struck down by a bouncer outside the Fargo's lone strip club has been forwarded to prosecutors for possible criminal charges.

38-year-old Christopher Barr was allegedly pushed by a club employee during a fight at the Northern Gentleman's Club on April 13. He died about a month later from a head injury.

Police Sgt. Jason Nelson says the police recommendations include a possible charge of manslaughter.

Nelson says he could not release the name of the individual against whom charges were being sought.

 

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