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NYC Mayor says protest 'offenses must be prosecuted'

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NYC Mayor says protest 'offenses must be prosecuted'

NYC Mayor says protest 'offenses must be prosecuted'

New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio commented on unrest in Brooklyn following the police killing of a Black man in Philadelphia, saying "no violence is acceptable."


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