Leaders: Anniston's action on suspended police officers satisfactory, for now
Calhoun County NAACP Chapter president David Baker speaks to the media about two suspended Anniston police officers Thursday, June 18, 2015. "People are upset," said David Baker, president of the Calhoun County NAACP chapter.
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#1 Jun 25, 2015
These officers do not need to be on any force that serves citizens, especially non-whites. While this is somewhat surprising, it makes me wonder how many more are affiliated with hate groups. It shows me why so many black men have been willfully murdered by white police officers and were able to go free. Perhaps we need to look further into the affiliations of those who have allowed them to get off the hook so easily.
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