$7 MILLION FOR DEAD COPS
Posted: Monday, February 13, 2017
$7 MILLION FOR DEAD COPS
At least one of the relatives of five police officers who died in line of duty has qualified for the million-dollar payout promised by the last administration and the current government.
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