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Amy Cooper's second 911 call falsely claimed a Black man "tried to assault her," prosecutors said.
The May 25 incident was shown on a video that went viral.
The woman had surrendered her pet to a rescue group after footage of her 911 call went viral.
Cooper on CNN decried the death threats directed at the woman, saying that made no sense and defied logic.
The man said he'd asked her to leash her dog. The woman is heard saying she would tell police "there’s an African American man threatening my life."
The teenagers were reportedly trying to take a selfie when they fell.
Miller told The Huffington Post the experience was pretty much a first for her. While she’s had minor celebrity encounters
An impressive and diverse group of organisations have committed to aide in the fight to end extreme poverty over recent years