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The Lies Police Can Tell You
The Lies Police Can Tell You

Police are known for upholding the standard of the law; however, they are allowed to use deception to accomplish this task. Unfortunately, many people whole-heartedly trust police officers without realizing they can legally lie to citizens. This can lead the unaware to ...

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