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When Cops Die, Defendants Will Too! No Matter What,

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Submitted by Jackie (United States), Sep 2, 2009 at 19:00

There is no justice for anyone when the life of a police officer is taken. When there is no solid evidence, witnesses, or statements, the police department wins, always. In this particular case, the conspiracy theory remains to be the key. He was not given the right to tell what happened, although it has been proven he was not the shooter. YOU be the judge.

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