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July 4 Shooting: Former police say social media companies make up the "most" of shootings rather than sharing content with police

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National Fallen Officer Foundation Chairman Tre Pennie called on social media companies to share content of interest with police about "Hannity".

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Penny:Social Media A big part of this. please think about it. These companies do not share information with law enforcement agencies. And we know that these indicators are here in these mass shootings. I'm sick of these shootings happening in the United States. But the reality isthese social media companies, who are looking at this content on their platforms and not sharing it with law enforcement agencies. Hmm. So we can talk all day about being reactionary and the signs we missed as law enforcement agencies. But the bottom line is that if you don't get the information before the attack occurs, there is no way to intervene to stop it. … And with that in mind, Judge, I want to remind people that we are celebrating the 6th anniversary ofas President of the Fallen Police Foundation. increase.A mass shooting in Dallas, Texaskilled five police officers.

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