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FILE - In this Oct. 14, 2020, file photo a protester holds a sign that reads "Defund Police" during a rally for the late George Floyd outside Barclays Center in New York. Some police organizations and Republican politicians are blaming Democrats and last year's defund the police effort for a troubling rise in homicides in many cities across the country. The increases are real, and some cities did make modest cuts to police spending. But the claims by Republicans overlook the fact homicides are up in many cities, including ones that increased police spending or have Republican mayors. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)

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October 14, 2020 04:04:55 PM
June 10, 2021 02:00:59 PM
John Minchillo
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OCT. 14, 2020, FILE PHOTO
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Death of George Floyd, General news, Crime, Violent crime, Homicide, Social affairs, Social issues, Human rights and civil liberties, Police reform, Law enforcement agencies, Police, Police reform, Government and politics, Political issues, Police reform, Media, Misinformation
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