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Penn. Officer Loses 2 Jobs After Snapchat Post: I’m the Law Today N–ga

A Pennsylvania police officer has lost two jobs after an image showing her in full uniform with a controversial caption, hit social media, WTAE reports. “I’m the law today, n–ga,” the caption under the picture of Melissa Adamson. Adamson was fired from the McKeesport Police Department. McKeesport Mayor Michael Cherepko posted a statement on Facebook: “As […]
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