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Mayor infuriates cops by branding officer in fatal shooting ‘a disgrace’ – but he’s not backing down

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In August, Wapato, Washington Mayor Tony Guzman called an officer who shot and killed a man during a domestic violence dispute a “disgrace” in a strongly worded Facebook post. “I hope they prosecute him to the full extent of the law!” the mayor wrote. Naturally, police offici...
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