When Justice isn't Just
Unarmed Police Incidents

When Justice isn't Just - Unarmed Police Incidents
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Paul

'Every cop is a criminal and all the sinners saints'.

Right.

This is a sad 45 minute propaganda piece for BLM, masquerading as documentary.

Google where the 'every 28 minutes' statistic came from & the methodology used as its basis. It demeans us all.

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DIVA

Thank you!!!!

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