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No Justice. No Peace.

No Justice. No Peace.

Know Justice. Know Peace.

Violence, chaos, aggravation – all overtones that describe last night’s tragedy with the loss of 5 officers and injury to 7 during a peaceful protest led by the Black Lives Matter Movement in Dallas.

There have been speculated rumors of why violence decided to infringe upon peace, but regardless of the fact, the tragic loss of life is a tremendous thing for anyone to experience.

The first few hours of a tragedy are critical and should be handled as such. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always pan out that way.

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