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The whole ‘The cops must be guilty because they didn’t immediately release the videos’ canard is getting old. There are entirely valid due process and employment practice related reasons for releasing ALL of the evidence as a complete package.

And if the video did show that the suspect was somehow involved in a criminal activity, the ‘activist community’ would turn around and denounce the police for releasing it, like they did in the case of the video showing Michael Brown robbing that liquor store.

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