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John Oliver Blows the Whistle on Glaring Police Misconduct in America

Click here for reuse options! The "Last Week Tonight" host explains why it's so hard to hold the police accountable. "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver wants the police to be held accountable for their egregious actions, which all too often goes unpunished. "As you know the police have been at the center of a great deal of controversy," Oliver opened after showing a clip of a drunk Ron Paul supporter resisting arrest in rural Montana, previously shown in an episode of "Frontier Force.
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