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What role did the police play in the massacre?



Asked by Julian, Last updated: Sep 29, 2021

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John Smith

John Smith

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John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

Example answer:2. the greensboro police department had an informant, eddie dawson, with in the klan. dawson took a leading role in organizing the kkks plans to disrupt the death to the klan rally; he encouraged the klan to carry firearms with them to the rally. the greensboro police also choose to take a low profile approach to covering the rally, even though they had inside information that there would be some form of confrontation at the rally. even though there were various television stations covering the rally, there were no uniformed police officers present during the shootout. the greensboro truth and reconciliation commission found the greensboro police department to be negligence in protecting the residents of morningside homes and the protestors both in the ku klux klan and the workers viewpoint party.
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