Defund or defend? | Minneapolis’ crime rates skyrocket, police officers are blamed

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The crime rates in the city of Minneapolis, that was the centre of a massive wave of protests last year, are spiking. The state’s Democratic representative has accused local police officers of not fulfilling their duties. RT talked to retired police officer Dominick Izzo to learn more of the issue.

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