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D.C. Police and the Feds Partner With Hard Right to Convict Trump Protesters

A lawsuit filed Tuesday in Washington highlights a dangerous national trend. Washington, D.C., police and federal prosecutors have been collaborating with notorious right-wing groups known for fascist statements and using doctored videos to ambush their targets in an attempt to convict and jail protesters from President Trump’s inauguration.The question is not whether the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) and the U.
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