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​“I also remember once at the patrol academy someone was making a training film and wanted to see my father in action,” she added. “After shooting the specified number of shots, the director was not happy. He said it wasn’t interesting that all the shots went directly in the center of the target, and asked dad to spread them around a little. We liked that story a lot.”


"I know my husband is a good man, but that was a whole different level of courage. Anything could have happened," Rachel said.

"A true, like, citizen, we should be there for each other," said Kojo. "We should be there for each other, regardless of color, race, whatever, you know? We should be there for each other.

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