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So, this. A judge has released this photo of two Chicago cops posing with their hunting trophy - a black guy on the floor with antlers on his head - after police spent years trying to hide it, they said, to protect the privacy of the guy. LOL. Both cops, who worked with an elite unit, were fired. One's in prison for egregious thuggery; the other wants his job back despite behavior deemed to "shock the conscience.” Except, not really: Too often, this is "justice" in America.

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