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Police Leave Big Cities in Record Numbers As Attacks Increase



UnnamedPolice officers across the nation are leaving in record numbers as violent attacks increase and city officials openly side with rioters and tighten restrictions on what officers can do in response to the rising urban violence across the country.

In the latest high-profile incident, two Los Angeles County deputies were shot in their patrol vehicle. The officers reportedly were a 31-year-old female and a 24-year-old male. Both had been on the job barely 14 months.



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