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June 15, 2014 12:00 AM

OEDEL: Lessons from history

In his June 6 op-ed, former two-term Macon Mayor C. Jack Ellis defended his crime-fighting record. Though Ellis skirted the charge that he backed off of assertive embedded policing around Village Green, a largely African-American Macon neighborhood, Ellis attacked the stop/question/frisk policing approach.

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