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This Documentary is Fictional and the eye witness testimony is proof
This film is nothing more than propaganda. Liberal agenda pushed throughout. To say the people or the town had to "fight back" as if they were under attack is just silly. The same nonsense that was proved false in the courts in this case ... The officer was the one who was forced to fight back. The officer was the innocent person under attack.
This was never a case of black vs white. This was a case of criminal act being committed and a peace officer engaging in lawful discharge of their duty. Because we lived in a time with such a divisive Presidential administration, the narrative needlessly turned racial like so many other officer vs black citizen contacts in our country.
Early on, the narrative was portraying the officer as guilty, and the primary motivator for the shooting was race. The film is full of the proverbial, 'race card' being played from a stacked deck being dealt by the, "victims".
Film is pure fiction, void of facts, an honest review
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