Tuesday, October 19, 2021
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    Twitter Allows Minneapolis Police Officers’ Addresses to Trend Worldwide, Florida Police Respond
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    PROTESTERS are rushing towards two points of interest after Twitter allowed the lead cop’s home hideaway address to trend globally, Your Content has learned.

    Police in Florida are swarming the 7000 block of Brightland St in Windermere after word got out that the neck-kneeling cop was staying there pending imminent charges, claims a source.

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    “The b*tch ass cop who murderer George Floyd fled to Florida. Some comrades found his address,” tweeted a man named Armani.

    “Less than 30 min from me. If you’re in Florida meet me there tomorrow.”

    As Your Content readers know, the Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct building is engulfed in flames as protests continue in Minneapolis and St. Paul on Thursday night.

    Earlier tonight, Your Content exclusively revealed that two of the 4 Minneapolis cops received a phone call from their attorneys, according to a well-placed source close to the investigation.

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    “Two of the officers received a phone call from their lawyers telling them now is a good time to ‘get their affairs in order,’ which is code word for prepare to get the call to surrender to authorities,” the individual continued.

    “There will be at least two arrests within the next 96 hours,” the insider said. “There is a 100 percent chance that two of the officers will be charged in that time-frame.”

    Your Content exclusively reported that President Trump had been briefed on the massive fire at the police department Thursday night, hinting he’d be sending ‘the cavalry’ in to assist.


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