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Calls for killing cops insane

Upside-down world: Just a few short years ago, people were wearing “NYPD” hats and shirts honoring the bravery and heroism of the New York police force. Now there is a growing anti-police culture around the country, even in New York, where protesters marching through the city were yelling, “What do we want? Dead cops!” And two cops, eating lunch, were killed execution-style days later. What can be done to stop this insanity?

Bob Isitt



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