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One American Asks: Which Lives Matter?

Which lives matter to you? You can support the hard and dangerous work of police officers, and be truly grateful (as I am) for what they do right, and still have the moral conscience and mental acuity to acknowledge that we have a social problem when the quickest impulse and default acceptable solution to any movement by a Black person is to shoot him dead. If we can bring down an Afghani bomber and get him to trial alive, or subdue a White man who has opened fire on police by using bean bag bullets -- just two examples from recent days -- then surely a Black man with his hands in the air doesn't have to be shot dead.
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