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    Posted August 14, 2014 by
    Daytona Beach, Florida
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    Protests around the world

    Daytona Residents do not support their police chiefs' words

    After seeing your ridiculous story on body cams in Daytona Beach and sympathizing with brutal terrorizing police force of Ferguson, I sent this e-mail to my city's police chief.

    "Your feature on CNN news makes me sick, I'm so upset to live in a city that has awful cops like you in it even more so I'm disgusted that I work in a branch of public protection in the same county as you and am on the same payroll as you. Never think that you are a spokesperson to the people of Daytona, never think that your sympathizing with the Officer William from Ferguson is recognized here. From my experience living here, we have grown increasingly intolerant throughout the years, with leadership from you. If you think body cams would've made a difference in Ferguson you're right it would've, we would've been able to see the police shoot a man with his hands in the air and leave him in the street for hours. I know that you would be one of these Ferguson officers who rip their badges and IDs off to remain anonymous and become a terrorist on a protesting city."

    Don't think you're doing anyone a favor covering this in a way that sympathizes the cops actions. We will not tolerate your sub-par broadcasting that treads the line of minor propaganda against the protestors and citizens of Ferguson.
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