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Protest unnecessary when justice is served
Protest unnecessary when justice is served

Have they really missed the point? First, it was Police Commissioner Anthony Batts who wondered if there would be protest marches following the alleged shooting of police officer Andrew Groman by a black man, Donte Jones, here in Baltimore. Then there was the letter from a reader complaining about the same thing ("Protesters won't march for city officer who was shot," Dec. 16). Fellows, let me help you. The marches in protest over the killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner were not held simply because they were killed — and thankfully, Officer Groman was not — they were held because those responsible for those deaths, police officers in both cases, were not...