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"Solidarity" Anti-white riots planned for other large cities.

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As tensions run high in Baltimore, many in New York are keeping close watch. A former NYPD commander who headed the Baltimore police department says such violence can happen here. NY1's Dean Meminger filed this report.

New Yorkers familiar with Baltimore say tensions between police and residents—especially young people in that city—have been at a boiling point for years.

"Many of them are not really heard. Their future of course in a place like Baltimore is very tenuous towards success. And I believe they acted out," says retired NYPD Chief Kevin Clark.

Kevin Clark is a retired NYPD Chief and was Baltimore's Police Commissioner. He says factories have left Baltimore, creating poverty and despair. 

"It is probably some of the roughest neighborhoods in America. Baltimore has probably one of the most drug-addicted city's in the United States with heroin," Clark says.

Carl Dix, who has led anti-police brutality protests in New York, was raised in Baltimore and says it's a hard life.

"A lot of people growing up with no future and what they get is the police on them 24/7," says Carl Dix of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network.

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As tensions run high in Baltimore, many in New York are keeping close watch. A former NYPD commander who headed the Baltimore police department says such violence can happen here. NY1's Dean Meminger filed this report.

New Yorkers familiar with Baltimore say tensions between police and residents—especially young people in that city—have been at a boiling point for years.

"Many of them are not really heard. Their future of course in a place like Baltimore is very tenuous towards success. And I believe they acted out," says retired NYPD Chief Kevin Clark.

Kevin Clark is a retired NYPD Chief and was Baltimore's Police Commissioner. He says factories have left Baltimore, creating poverty and despair.

"It is probably some of the roughest neighborhoods in America. Baltimore has probably one of the most drug-addicted city's in the United States with heroin," Clark says.

Carl Dix, who has led anti-police brutality protests in New York, was raised in Baltimore and says it's a hard life.

"A lot of people growing up with no future and what they get is the police on them 24/7," says Carl Dix of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network.

​the police are on them 24-7 because their daddy is the government and their mommy is their grandma who told them all their lives how pretty they are... the vast majority are coddled pussies who only learn in prison how to fist fight AFTER they are arrested on a gun crime.... precisely because they are raised as untouchable pretty boy gods...

baltimore and it's black racial identity politics are to blame. black racism is used to maintain the long running power of a tiny black elite who hate their black minions... an intrenched elite as degenerate as the north korean communist monarchy

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