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Re: Our justice system usually works when given the chance

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Dec 15, 2022, 9:00:34 PM12/15/22
bigdog <> wrote in

> slaughter-in-killing-of-atatiana-jefferson/ar-AA15ktPv?ocid=msedgdhp&pc
> =U531&cvid=a896e7bf50a54bc3ac9ba9ca150ed350
> Juries tend to be sympathetic to cops accused of homicides or assaults
> with firearms, but when the evidence is clear cut that the cop acted
> unlawfully, as it seems to be in this case, they will convict the cop.
> It is necessary for cops to be held accountable when they act outside
> the law. Without it, the public can't trust our system of justice.

You'd shoot something that looked like this too.

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