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A black 17-year-old reported his stolen car using LoJack...and police reportedly arrested him instead

Racial relations between the police and black citizens is a huge topic of conversation in America right now. Athletes are refusing to stand for the national anthem in protest over police killings of unarmed black men, the presidential candidates were asked about the issue in their debate on Monday, and this morning there was yet another police-on-black shooting, this time near San Diego.
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