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mintpressnews.com: 2 Police Officers Turn In Badges In Support Of Standing Rock Water Protectors

6.11.16

2 Police Officers Turn In Badges In Support Of Standing Rock Water Protectors: [mintpressnews.com] -- “There have been at least 2 reports of police officers turning in their badges acknowledging that this battle is not what they signed up for,” Redhawk writes.

“You can see it in some of them, that they do not support the police actions,” he continues.

“We must keep reminding them they are welcome to put down their weapons and badge and take a stand against this pipeline as well. Some are waking up.”

While most of the police officers at the scene of the DAPL protests have been brutal, violent, and unconstitutionally-militarized, it is clear from this recent act of solidarity that some of their hearts can be turned to the cause of justice.


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