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    To Protect and to Serve? Police Brutality Rises in US

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    Police brutality is on the rise in the United States and there seems to be no end to it.

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    Recently, yet another shocking video emerged apparently showing police officers firing several shots at a man after trying to subdue him, bringing the issue of police brutality back into the spotlight.

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