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Sunday January 23rd, 2022 10:59AM

STORY REMOVED: US--Kenosha Protest-Guns In Public

By The Associated Press

The Associated Press has withdrawn its story about guns in the wake of the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. Jacob Blake was wounded, not killed, in a police shooting. AP will immediately publish a corrected version of the story.

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