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Gunned down: Officials quiet on what's being done for safety after law enforcement deaths
By Bianca Prieto
Digital First Media
Updated: 04/09/2013 02:17:36 PM MDT
Gunned down: Officials quiet on what's being for safety after law enforcement deaths
From left: Law-and-order officials Mark Hasse, Mike McLelland, Tom Clements and Eugene Crum have been killed recently. (File)After four recent killings of law-and-order officials, the National District Attorneys Association has reminded prosecutors across the country to "have a heightened awareness and keep doing what you do." "Do your job," said Scott Burns, executive director of the association. "We can't back down from these people, and we have to show up in court."Burns said the vast majority of elected district attorneys ...
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