Tulsa County Sheriff's Office will be keeping a close eye on fairgoers

Deputies will be on the ground, in the air and also on horseback.

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Unwashed Mass - 9/26/2013 12:39 PM
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There were multiple videos of the MLK parade trampling, and at least one clearly shows a family with children knocked to the ground when they were charged by deputies horses. Good luck trying to find anything on this website, though.

TheOne - 9/26/2013 6:40 AM
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I saw the vid of the MLK parade. No one was "trampled". They use the horses to disperse a crowd. You see a 1200 pound animal coming at you, logic dictates that you MOVE! People were brushed aside, when they didn't comply.

Unwashed Mass - 9/25/2013 11:05 PM
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The deputies can run over you with their horses in a heartbeat. Fox23 did a story on them trampling spectators at a Martin Luther King Day Parade, and even with video of it, TCSO denies it ever happened.
 
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