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Mississippi City Councilman's Remarks on Attacking Officers Spark Firestorm - Jackson, MS

A Jackson, MS, city councilman angered the local and national law enforcement community last week when he recommended that people in his district should respond to officers from other jurisdictions pursuing suspects into their neighborhoods by attacking the officers with rocks, bottles, and bricks. More Here.

January 04, 2016

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John P @ 1/4/2016 5:28 PM

Why don't somebody call for his job. If that was anybody else the liberals and the black lives matter group would be all over it. He should be fired.

Nick @ 1/5/2016 1:01 AM

The sheriff said it all: "you can't fight jealousy or ignorance". And this is classic ignorance -coming from an attorney no less! But one way to fight is to use your freedom of speech - Mr. Stokes, has a city govt e-mail address:

I suggest an e-mail protesting his threats.

David Giroux @ 1/8/2016 10:00 AM

Bros...if somebody comes at you...LETHAL FORCE !!!

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