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Twitter refuses to say whether LeBron James ‘YOU’RE NEXT’ tweet violated policy since it was deleted

The NBA superstar was accused of inciting violence toward Columbus police officer

By Joseph A. Wulfsohn

Fox News

Twitter is remaining mum over whether a controversial tweet by NBA superstar LeBron James violated its policies, since the tweet has been taken down.

Bodycam footage released by the Columbus Police Department late Tuesday showed 16-year-old Black teenager Ma’Khia Bryant being shot by an officer as she was attacking another teen with a knife.

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