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Pure Comedy: John Oliver Details “Police Accountability” And Mary J. Blige Singing Bruce Springsteen To Hillary Clinton [Video]

Accountability is all black folks are asking for, but the “bad apples” are rarely dealt with…regardless of the charges. John Oliver discusses the systems in place to investigate and hold police officers accountable for misconduct.
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