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Cops who use deadly force entitled to privacy protections, Fla. court says

Cops who use deadly force entitled to privacy protections, Fla. court says

© Provided by NBC News A Florida appellate court has ruled unanimously that police officers involved in violent confrontations are entitled to the same privacy protections as crime victims — even if they respond with deadly force. The ruling by the three-judge panel was a victory for the Florida Police Benevolent Association, which...

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