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Blame Michael Brown, not police
Blame Michael Brown, not police

Could it be that the tragic killing of two policemen in New York City in addition to the shooting of a Baltimore police officer last week could have been prevented had the evidence on which the grand jury decisions were made been better publicized ("Justice department officials condemns killings of officers as 'heinous,'" Dec. 22)? Long overdue is for the media to shed their bias and step up to their obligation and report with comparable coverage the other side of this story. In the case of the Michael Brown shooting, the grand jury, after exhaustive investigation and testimony, reached its decision based on the following factual information: Michael Brown, under...

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