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Minneapolis Riots Are a Reminder That Police Don't Protect You or Your Property

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Tags Legal SystemThe Police State

06/05/2020Ryan McMaken

Police are not legally obligated to provide protection from criminals. Nor are they motivated to go after hardened criminals or investigate violent crime. Self defense (or private security) is the only reliable option.

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Original Article: "Minneapolis Riots Are a Reminder That Police Don't Protect You or Your Property​"

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