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Milwaukee Police Department believes race, racism 'not a factor' in Molson Coors shooting

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Milwaukee Police Department believes race, racism 'not a factor' in Molson Coors shooting

Milwaukee Police Department believes race, racism 'not a factor' in Molson Coors shooting

The Milwaukee Police Department has released a statement regarding the motive of the suspect involved in the Molson Coors mass shooting.

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