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Group tries to bring attention to NFL and domestic violence

PHOENIX -- Truck driver Danny Como drew stares from passers-by as he navigated his flatbed through the cordoned-off streets surrounding downtown Super Bowl festivities. And no wonder, because a nearly 13-foot-high billboard on the back of his truck read: "55 Abuse Cases Unanswered" and was accompanied by a "(hashtag)GoodellMustGo" hashtag. The truck was one of four with the same message circling the hotel, convention and airport areas here Thursday as the feminist group UltraViolet launched a media blitz criticizing NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for not doing enough to address domestic violence by players. "A lot of people stop to take pictures of it," said Como, who works for a ...

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