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Fliers across East Bay and at cop funeral encourage more cop killing; cops' blood boils
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The [El Cerrito police] chief... urged his officers to act cautiously if they come across whoever is responsible for dropping the flyers. "I would not be surprised if this person is being followed by a vehicle that has a camera/video recorder capturing the contact and you are baited to do something inappropriate," the chief warned. [Interesting that this Chief feels like his officers need extra instruction NOT to beat a suspect or otherwise commit illegal acts based on personal prejudice. He tells his officers, "Don't beat or shoot anyone over these fliers because the suspect(s) might be smart and you might get caught on camera." Nice going, Chief.]

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