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A police chief apologized for the historic mistreatment of minorities — and not everyone is happy

The head of America's oldest and largest police association made waves Monday for apologizing to communities of color for "historic mistreatment" at the hands of police officers. Chief Terrence Cunningham, president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, made the remarks at the organization's annual conference, where he acknowledged that police have long been "the face of oppression" and enforced "legalized discrimination" across the country.
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