The war on the police continues…

By Michael W. Chapman | September 21, 2017 | 12:12 PM EDT

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WARNING: There is profanity and simulated violence in the video and pictures posted in this story.

(CNSNews.com) — Noting that a University of Wisconsin student-made video, showing police depicted as pigs and being beheaded, “has an intent to incite violence against police officers,” Wisconsin State Senator Steve Nass said the university must hold the video-makers accountable. He added that the “vile and racist anti-police video” is hosted on UW-Madison’s IT platform, which is supposed to be used for “legitimate academic purposes.”

In the video, directed and produced by student Eneale Pickett, police officers are depicted wearing pig masks who hang a gagged black male with a U.S. flag tied into a noose. A woman wearing a U.S. flag blouse, a blindfold, and a scale in one hand, apparently depicting Lady Justice, seems to approve of the police action in the video.

After the man is hanged, several young people are shown on the ground with roses on their chests. Then a man chases the police into the woods and then emerges with a bloody pig head and a machete.

Read the entire story here: https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/michael-w-chapman/wisc-senator-denounces-vile-and-racist-student-made-video-beheading

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