McKinney Pool Mob Witness Speaks Out (video)…

Our prior research aligns with the statements and testimonials of all the local residents within the Craig Ranch sub-division of McKinney Texas. ~RESEARCHED BACKSTORY~

According to the Daily Caller Benet Embry, who hosts an internet show on Deep Ellum on Air and lives in the neighborhood, has been accused by some for being a traitor to his race after he posted to his Facebook account to push back against what he called a false media narrative that has been crafted in the wake of the incident“.  As a consequence the Black Grievance Mob is trying to get him fired (see here)

However, last night Benet Embry spoke to Sean Hannity about what took place within the Craig Ranch sub-division:

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20-Year-Old Tatiana Rhodes, and her mother Lashana Burkes caused all of the issues within the community. ~ See Here ~

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72 Responses to McKinney Pool Mob Witness Speaks Out (video)…

  1. True Colors says:

    Loyalty to skin color above all else. Sad.

    TC

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    • 2bn3mr says:

      I don’t understand your comment.

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      • Just Sayin says:

        Really? You don’t understand what True Colors was saying? I think it’s pretty clear:

        A black guy on a radio show dares to disagree with the prevailing viewpoint of people in the AA community and he’s being accused of being a traitor to his race.

        Let that sink in.

        By not toeing a particular line — by daring to have a different POV — he’s a race traitor. It’s not that he has a different opinion worthy of consideration. Not that reasonable people might differ.

        Rather, to disagree in this instance makes him a traitor to his race (to some.)

        You didn’t follow that?

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    • NotEveryOneIsRacist says:

      I don’t understand your comment either. The deal is those kids were out of control. The whole ordeal was not a racist act! Yes one officer was out of control on how he took her down. You can hear her saying things like “call my momma”, “wait till I tell momma what your doing.” To the police officers, even after being told SEVERAL times that all of them needed to leave. Like I always told my kids, do what your told and you won’t get in trouble. When are the children of this world going to be made to be accountable for their actions and not allowed to scream it’s because Of my race. No fool! It’s because you were doing something WRONG!

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  2. mazziflol says:

    Too bad none of the truth is going to make a difference. Shame too, because it looks like it might of been a nice place to live. We shall see what it looks like after the blm siege.

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    • Monroe says:

      McKinney is very nice. It’s in a rural area but still located to a large city for stuff to do. Farmland out that way also.

      Surprised no one is targeting Frisco, TX which is west of McKinney. It is the home of a ton of corporate headquarters with more relocating to the area.

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    • lourdes says:

      I know right, it is disheartening to know that the truth will probably play last if at all.

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  3. ytz4mee says:

    Another shining example of the “tolerance” of the jackbooted Progtards.

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  4. vonutley says:

    You didn’t build that pool! The trucks that hauled the material to build the pool drove on roads payed for by taxpayers. Therefore the pool belongs to the peoples!

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    • Sandra says:

      For a moment, until I blew it up, I thought your picture was of Anthony Shahid. 🙂

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    • No they did not build it, they only paid for it.

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    • NotEveryOneIsRacist says:

      No. The pool was paid for by the residents that reside in that particular area…what do you think the HOA is? It’s homeowners association. They pay a monthly premium that not only built the pool but also maintains the pool for those residents residing in those houses in that subdivision. It’s not for anyone and everyone fool.

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    • DIDI says:

      No, the pool is paid by the Homeowners! We pay are dues every year to keep it maintained. It is not a public pool! It is only for people living in the neighborhood!

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  5. jetstream says:

    Keep speaking out Craig Ranch subdivision. Stop the BGI narrative and the destruction of your community. Another resident is supporting the police:

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    • ytz4mee says:

      The brainwashing this kid has endured to this point in his life is remarkable.

      While immediately defending the belligerence and potty mouth behavior of the teens, he seems to fail to grasp that disobeying an order to disperse, let alone escalating that by telling an officer “no” is not okay – no matter what the color.

      Someone should tube up some World Star HipHop videos for him so he can see how much “fun” groups of belligerent and unafraid black teen mobs have the potential to be. Soo much fun, it’ll land you in the ER.

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    • jason says:

      admits they entered pool despite protests from security guard(s) and remained in the pool while the guards continued to tell them they were not permitted to be there according to the pool rules/guidelines.

      Talks about fight and says the fight has nothing to do with all the people being there, despite the fact that 1) he didn’t witness the fight breaking out and 2) the fight specifically started because of them being where they weren’t allowed/supposed to be.

      Just a bunch of kids having fun, they kept giving them a hard time (because they didn’t have ID passes to access the pool, but assumes it’s cause they are black… yet apparently the security guards was also harassing him also).

      sigh… I hope it’s mostly because he’s young and naive… but don’t have a lot of hope for our younger generation. They are soft, coddled and entitled.

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      • Justice_099 says:

        Just another moron going out of his way and defying any logic to prove that he is not racist.

        You get any group together and one is accused of being a racist, it’s better to jump on the bandwagon calling them a racist too. Best way to prove you’re not.

        But as we learned in Ferguson, the real racists will still hate you anyway.

        He’ll learn eventually.

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    • The kid has to say these things. He probably goes to school with the thugs. They’d beat him to within an inch of his life if he took that video and posted it supporting the cops.

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    • Dixie says:

      That reporter was leading the kid and feeding him lines. The kid was just agreeing with the reporter.

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  6. ytz4mee says:

    This was posted in the other thread, but I’ll post it here as well. Excellent analysis at LI:

    http://legalinsurrection.com/2015/06/video-analysis-mckinney-brawl-another-rush-to-misjudgment/#more-130115

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  7. nimrodman says:

    A very articulate essay at Breitbart:
    Goodwill and Civility Drown at the McKinney Pool Party
    by John Hayward
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/06/08/goodwill-and-civility-drown-at-the-mckinney-pool-party/

    “What’s missing from these incidents is the goodwill and civility necessary for society to function at all. Would our grandparents have believed that in the span of a single generation … we’d reach the point where verbally abusing, disobeying, and even menacing police officers would be considered acceptable behavior?

    “In everything from traffic stops to police responding to reports of a sizable disturbance, the citizens involved are held to no standard of good manners or cooperative conduct whatsoever.

    “Society can’t work that way. The absence of goodwill and civility are the defiance of order. Every single encounter with law enforcement cannot fast-forward immediately to the point where the cop is essentially dared to use force to assert authority.”

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    • chopp5 says:

      What pool party? There was no rental of the pool. And we dont even know if the the people who claim they lived there do and have pool privileges (you must buy pass) so they cd bring a max of 2 guests. Two guests a party does not make…

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      • OP says:

        Once the black chick in the bathing suit who was eating grass starts her lawsuit against the HOA, we will find out if the mother and daughter were in “good standing”.

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      • 2bn3mr says:

        I have repeated that point on other sites until I was out of breath. It was not a pool party, and even if it were the limit on an approved/paid for pool party is 20 people.

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  8. Justice_099 says:

    Hannity was such the wrong person to interview him. Finally the other side gets a chance to speak to the media and could really help this situation and Hannity seemed to do everything he could to interrupt him and change the direction of the discussion.

    Embrey was about to make some good points and Hannity kept cutting him off. You can see that Embrey was getting upset about it.

    Yes, he started with a disclaimer about how it upset him to see an AA girl thrown on the ground like that but he was clearly going to lead into the justification for doing it and then Hannity cut him off.

    Journalists, when you are interviewing someone to get the story on what happened, shut up and let them tell you. Maybe, just maybe, your questions will be answered already. When they are done and if they didn’t answer your questions, THEN ask. Stop interrupting people unless they are waffling.

    We have seen the media almost exclusively seeking out and interviewing the perps in this case and giving them long platforms to tell their side. Finally they get the other side, and they give them only a couple minutes and the reporter would rather hear themselves speak.

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    • jason says:

      yes, frustrating to watch and could clearly see Embry was displeased. What could have been a great opportunity to get the community’s view out into the mainstream you could barely get anything worthwhile from the interview

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    • BobNoxious says:

      He was also interviewed by Erin Burnett on CNN a few hours before Hannity. CNN’s ratings aren’t great but they do attract the BGI crowd so perhaps it helped get this message to people who wouldn’t otherwise see it. What’s sad is the major networks won’t give this side of the story play b/c it doesn’t fit the “evil racist cops” narrative.

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    • Dee says:

      That’s because Hannity isn’t a “journalist”, he is the host of a show that features/highlights his commentary. He will never shut up and let people speak, it’s not in his best interest.

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  9. Who’s making the black kids angry? Al Sharpton insinuates that black teachers are inadequate. Warning links contain violence and profanity: http://www.theblaze.com/contributions/are-black-teachers-racists-against-black-students/

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  10. dizzymissl says:

    Not sure if it is true, but folks on twitter are saying the girl in the bikini lied by saying she is 14. She is 20.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      Wouldn’t be surprising. Some of the kids do look pretty young but we know there were several 18 and older in the mob.

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    • boutis says:

      She said yesterday in a video clip on Fox that she has been fired at her job so of course she isn’t fourteen. Acting the fool with police on video is a clear indicator of problems to come with an employee so out she went. She can try getting another job in the area but Google will not be her friend.

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  11. agryphon says:

    VegasGuy posted yesterday in the main thread about this incident that the thug whose actions (the thug with the aqua cap in the video) had been arrested. Is there any documentation of this and who is he? How old is he? What was in his possession at the time of arrest? Why haven’t we heard more about this angle? This guys actions totally justify the cop’s pulling his pistol from its holster and most every analyst’s opinion. C’mon treepers, dig this out! I hafta go to work grrr

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  12. manickernel says:

    Embry is a brave man. Need more like him.

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  13. Ziiggii says:

    Seems Embry was about to go postal on Hannity for interrupting him, LOL, see 3:56.

    BTW – I think the officer had every right to pull his weapon based off of the guy running up on him. His restraint in not using his weapon is remarkable and should be applauded by the BGI but that wouldn’t be useful for their end game.

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    • One of the main problems here is people’s ignorance of, and irrational fear of, guns. Drawing a gun and keeping it pointed at the ground with your finger off of the trigger is perfectly safe, yet the ignorance and fear of bystanders causes them to think the officer somehow put the lives of these ‘children’ in danger.

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  14. ytz4mee says:

    “Attorney for Arrested Teen Speaks Out”

    Harris thinks the charges, which are misdemeanors, should and will be dropped.

    “Absolutely it should be dropped,” he said. “It should be dropped immediately as a show of good faith if they want to do the right thing…the right route is get together and talk about how we can make sure this doesn’t happen again. Make sure these kids understand that when an officer tells you to comply, just comply.”

    ….and so the solution to “make sure these kids understand …. just comply” is to reward them by dropping the charges and sending the clear message that there are no consequences if you choose not to comply.

    Got it.

    http://www.fox4news.com/story/29270703/attorney-for-teen-arrested-in-mckinney-pool-party-incident-speaks-out

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    • chopp5 says:

      Problem is, that they will continue to trespass. In fact, I believe the problem will grow where gangs of kids will think they can invade any private pool without repercussions.

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    • AdukeLAXobserver says:

      The only way they should be dropped is if…

      The arrested parties tell the race hustlers to get out of town. All parties apologize to officer Eric Casebolt and call for him to be placed back on active duty. All parties apologize to members of that neighborhood and the security guards. And even then I am not sure since they helped blow this up into a national incident.

      Also not sure if any charges are pending on the teen that attacked the white woman. But there should be charges and they shouldn’t be drop.

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    • beth60497 says:

      Looking on the bright side though, the attorney is saying that the kids need to learn to comply with police instructions.
      That’s a whole different tune then the FTP gibberish and some of the stuff other attorneys and “activists” have said in the past.
      AND they are making sure that everyone knows the bloody lip was not caused by the police. Way different then the people making up fake injuries we’ve also seen previously.

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  15. Nanny G says:

    The ”journalist” who was given the video was on Fox.
    He misrepresented how police should operate, saying the police must go to the home (ID’ing this home) of the complainant first before he could begin enforcing law and order.
    Years ago the Irvine University Muslim Student Union tried the same thing, demanding to have your address before you could complain. When they didn’t get those addresses, they followed complainants out to their cars and snapped photos of their license plates, stating they had family at DMV.
    He also misrepresented reality, saying an HOA can’t rule over people.
    But his funniest gaffe was when he non-denied he has a raps sheet himself.
    He flatly denied it while saying, ”I’m talking with them (the authorities) about that.”

    Seems we are in for a long hot summer filled by stupid people who do not grasp reality as it is, but rather how they want to see it. And who will demand the consequences of their mistakes be lighter than the law requires.

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  16. czarowniczy says:

    After y’all pointed out one of the the young, aggrieved victims of overwhelming police brutality (as described on so many daytime talk shows yesterday) going into a stable shooting position and reaching behind his back the officers’ actions became clear. There was something familiar with their actions but that small portion of the video that justified their actions was not being clearly presented and their actions looked more panicky than planned. Interesting that this AM I watched the same piece of video on CNN and it was almost as if the young black man’s actions that triggered (so to speak) the drawn-gun reaction were truncated to make it appear as if it were another BGI case of Cops Gone Wild. The two officers who come in as back up establish their presence with a touch on the fist officer’s shoulder, undoubtedly tell him to continue with his arrest as they chase down the suspected perp – standard procedure unless you are an apologist BGI hack and then it’s police brutality.
    Point outside of the discussion: note the officer who drew his gun had his finger outside of the trigger guard, the now ‘safe’ position that prevents an accidental gross muscle discharge in the confusion of the officer being in a possible ‘fight or die’ situation. This is beginning to look like the BGI’s taking the position that ANY gun drawn against a black suspect under ANY circumstances is an illegal, immoral and possibly fattening act. Why can’t the police just stand there and take the shooting?

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  17. Sandra says:

    Is Dajerria Becton a transplant from Chicago as well, like Tatyana Rhodes ? Dajerria’s old MySpace page () has several connections to people in Chicago, including someone named Dawuan Becton. He’s 31. Is he her father ?? Maybe an uncle. In any case, I’m wondering if Dajerria is actually from Chicago. If so, once again I’m sorry Texas.

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    • Sandra says:

      Alright, yes, now I’m reminded of things I saw yesterday. There’s also a Shashona Becton who lives in a subsidized housing complex in Chicago and she has a past address in McKinney. So both the Rhodes/Burks and the Bectons have both Chicago and McKinney ties. Does that seem odd to anyone else ? Are the Bectons living with the Burks in Craig Ranch ? At the address listed for Maureen Burks ? I’m envisioning a house full of people but only one is listed as the tenant.

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      • Sandra says:

        Dawuan currently lives in West Englewood, one of the worst areas in Chicago. (Crime stats list it as 6th worst of the 77 Chicago neighborhoods.) I’m going to take this as a clue to the type of environment Dajerria grew up in, if she too is from Chicago. It would explain why she is totally at ease marching around in her bikini while there is mayhem all around her, and cops are all over the place shouting orders. And it would explain why she resisted the cop’s orders and even fought with him while he was trying to subdue her, and why she slapped her hands together angrily like she was threatening to call the Eric Holder to save her. Feral from the Chicago ‘hoods, I’ll bet. Sorry, Texas.

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        • Sandra says:

          My head just exploded. http://www.twitteraccountsdetails.com/dawuanb

          Twitter ID 54341531
          Username dawuanb
          Full Name Dawuan M. Becton
          Description 6’1 220 athletic, Laid back, Funny, Lovable, Father,Im da six oldiest out of 17 kids, i have a degree in sports management and im doing computer networking
          Location Chi Town West Englewood

          SEVENTEEN KIDS ???? Dajerria is probably his sister. He’s 31, she’s 15. And there are 15 more of them running around. Fantastic.

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    • Sandra says:

      Moderators, you’re the greatest. 🙂 I had a totally misplaced thread and you moved it, right ? Either that or I just haven’t had enough coffee yet. But I think you moved it. Thank you. 🙂

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  18. Dixie says:

    Archer 52 made this comment on the Mosby thread and I though it was significant enough to post it here too.

    While we spent generations trying to teach our kids color makes no difference, they spent their energy reminding their kids color is EVERYTHING and it is not genealogy- but by choice.

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  19. lovely says:

    While I’ll give kudos to Benet Embry for coming forth with the truth here and for having the strength of character to not tell Hannity to shut his pie hole, I feel like it can’t go unnoticed that he said This is not Ferguson, this is not Baltimore, this is not Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown or Eric Gardner or anything or anything like that

    With all due respect Mr. Embry, the larger narrative is exactly the same, the only difference is that you had a chance to see the media’s manipulation of the facts with your very own eyes and ears, it happened in your community and you have arrived at a conclusion from the actual facts rather than a slanted hateful media biased portrayal of the events of a situation.

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  20. When I was a teenager, my father told me that if I was ever confronted by a police officer, just do exactly as I’m told to do. Don’t resist in any way. There is no point in resisting. If the officer is wrong, that can be addressed later.

    Clearly that young woman was resisting arrest. As she resisted, more force was required to effect an arrest. Most likely all those crashers needed to do was depart. Do they really think that there is some sort of right to crash someone else’s pool party?

    The police officer was surrounded. The only backup he had at that moment was what I assume was the civilian security guard. Having someone come up behind him behaving aggressively would be a great cause of concern. It should be noted that the fellow that the police pulled his weapon on was white.

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  21. Josh says:

    The Conservative Tree House was mentioned on The Joe Pags show last night. I thought, “Hey, they resemble that remark!” 🙂 He was discussing this issue. He seemed (to me) too afraid to take a firm stand either way.

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  22. miztbreezy says:

    Question for all the residents who say these incidents were justified, this is 2015, if teenagers can take their phones out and record what was going on, why couldn’t the residents do the same? If the situation was so out of hand, kids jumping fences, cursing out security guards, getting in fights with residents, causing such havoc that the police needed to be called, but yet not one of the residents thought let me record also, especially considering as stated there were 130 people there. Really people. Let’s look at facts in the video the kids who the officer demanded to sit down were speaking to the other officer one actually returned his flash to the officer, the kids were having a conversation with the officer, then super cop comes up acting erratic (embarrassed because of his fall) and demands the kids have a seat mind you the entire time his language was uncalled for, not a single one of those kids posed a threat to him. 2nd fact the young ladies were having a conversation and he told them to go away from where they were I’m sorry but since when is that a crime to the point where you can be wrestled to the ground and handcuffed, in no way were they interfering with anything he had going on, and you guys say oh they should have just obeyed,, well question where were they suppose to be going, were they dropped off by their parents because you know that does happen. What sickens me about this situation is some white people are so quick to defend these types of behavior but the minute it happens to you guys kids or even you it’s unjustifiable. Whether this was a racial situation or not the truth of the matter is the behaviors of the one officer were unnecessary. The so called witness says he was attacked, and that’s a lie the other kids clearly ran to the girls defense because again the officers actions were uncalled for. This world is so messed up because people continually are in denial of what’s real. In all races of people there are bad seeds but for some reason everyone feels that they have to be better than the next person instead of just being good people. If what Benet Embry is saying is true that there were 7 so called thugs who caused the issues then why wasn’t he out assisting the police with identifying those seven thugs so that the situation could have been under better control, why weren’t the rest of the residents out doing the same, I saw maybe 2-3 adult white males trying to somewhat better the situation and that is all. But yet all these other residents were nowhere in sight but now have so much to say including Mr. Embry.

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  23. JohnP says:

    ALLERT
    The BGI has mobilized to get Mr. Embry fired from his job! So far his boss Jedi Jantzen has received 25 calls to have Embry removed.

    If you have the time please let Mr. Jantzen how much you appreciate Benet Embry.

    Deep Ellum On Air Studios
    2630 Commerce Street
    Dallas, TX 75201

    live call-in: 214-747-DEEP (3337)
    station email: contact@deepellumonair.com

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