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Utah woman faces possible prison time for trashing pro-police sign – National

Board votes to remove school resource officers from Guelph’s public schools

A Utah woman faces hate crime-related charges that could send her to prison for a year after she allegedly stomped on a pro-police sign and smirked in an “intimidating manner” at a deputy who gave her friend a speeding ticket. The charges stem from an incident that occurred at a gas station in Panguitch, Utah,…

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Woman faces possible life in prison after allegedly buying paint for BLM protest – National

Protesters decrying the police shooting of Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal painted and marked the district attorney’s office on Thursday, July 9, 2020, in Salt Lake City.

A woman who allegedly pushed a police officer and bought red paint for a Black Lives Matter protest could face up to life in prison after Utah authorities charged her under a law meant to punish gang members. “This is so far beyond just the enforcement of the law, it feels retaliatory,” said Madalena McNeil,…

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