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Nearly 2-dozen Pack Louis officers will be marked on allegations of ‘racially charged social media posts

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The St’s. Louis, the Circuit Attorney’s Office, almost two dozen city police officers to a list of exclusions, on Tuesday, after learning about the recently-revealed “racially charged social media posts from current and retired police officers from the city.”

An exclusion list, which prohibits the officers from the presentation of the cases at the Circuit Attorney’s Office.

The Circuit Lawyer, Robert Gardner sent a letter to the director of public safety as well as the Pc. Louis Metropolitan Police chief on Tuesday to inform them of the actions they took with regard to the social media message, which is that Fox 2 has been notified to the said to be Islamophobic and racist.

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Mr. Gardner said that the alleged racially charged messages, which were revealed by the Clear View Project, which is a database of all the public Facebook posts and comments made by current and former police officers in the United States of america. She called out to the social media financial statements “disturbing” and “beneath the dignity of a person who is in possession of a strong position, especially those comments that call for violence.”

Gardner said 22 officers were being on the list of exceptions, and in seven of these officers had been permanently banned from, her warrant for the office, after they carried out a “comprehensive review” of the social media messages that she called “troubling.”

Seven prohibited, the officers will not be allowed to be present, or in cases at the Circuit Attorney’s Office, and is currently under review, to which the officer is a crucial witness, will not be denied, Gardner said, adding that the search warrant that the officers will not be signed or approved.

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She told me that the 15 other of the officers, “shall be reviewed in accordance with the agreed protocol for the determination of the terms and conditions for the reinstatement of the their ability to present the case.”

“The integrity of the police force is at the heart of the community’s trust and confidence in the criminal justice system,” Gardner said. “When a police officer’s integrity to be compromised in this way, it can interfere with the whole of the criminal justice system, and our ability to pursue justice.”

“After careful consideration of the underlying biases in social-media posts, we have concluded that this bias is likely to affect an officer’s ability to perform his or her duties in an unbiased manner,” she added.

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The St’s. Louis Metropolitan Police Department will not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

Gardner said its actions were consistent with its prosecutorial discretion “is required in order to ensure the police actions that are fair and equitable, and to ensure the protection of the criminal justice system and the actions to be rooted in bias and prejudice.”

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