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WOULD IT HAD MADE A DIFFERENCE IF MR FLOYD HAD OUR SERVICE?

WOULD IT HAD MADE A DIFFERENCE IF MR FLOYD HAD OUR SERVICE?
Posted By: PAT BARROW on June 02, 2020

Mr. Floyd was **** during an arrest as we all know. This trauma that is now rocking the nation(s) is long over due.

The patience of the community has been tremendous. We waited for yet another meeting, another gathering just to

obtain no productive results. Non that would stop the **** and **** of Black Man and yest women and children.

After I saw the video it took me back to the time Sandra Bland was ****.



Oh right...they said she hung herself.

If only she had our service, which would given her the ability to TAP AN APP and our provider law firm would be on

her phone in less than one minute. You see cops back off when you have a live attorney especially one speaking on

your phone addressing the cop.. Yes, had she and Mr. Floyd had our service, they both might be alive to tell their story.
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