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Minnesota mayor removes ‘thin blue line’ flag outside police station over criticism it’s ‘inflammatory’

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Brooklyn Center mayor Mike Elliott says, ‘We don’t want the flag to be a flashpoint’

By Sam Dorman

Fox News

A pro-law enforcement flag that was flying outside Brooklyn Center, Minnesota’s police station has been removed amid concerns that it would inflame tensions in the wake of Daunte Wright’s death.

At a press conference Tuesday, Mayor Mike Elliott confirmed that he had asked for the “thin blue line” flag’s removal.

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