LMPD :: Louisville Metro Police Department

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If you want to know Louisville's future, look at Detroit's past. As with Louisville, the communist lawyers of the ACLU and NAACP took issue with Detroit using even a relatively small degree force to try to stop the riots, as they have with Louisville. "After Detroit's 1967 riots, thousands of small businesses closed permanently or relocated to safer neighborhoods, and the affected district lay in ruins for decades. Coleman Young, Detroit's first black mayor, wrote in 1994: "Detroit's losses from

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