Rightbloggers Try Anti-Cop Angle on Ferguson, But Revert to Old Ooga-Booga

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By now you've heard what's been going on in Ferguson, Missouri: How an unarmed black man -- the latest in a long series, historically speaking -- was gunned down by a cop; how suspicion of a cop cover-up was followed by protests and rioting; and how people are appalled by the weird storm-trooper approach of the Ferguson PD.

Rightbloggers heard about it, and many took their traditional approach to such situations -- i.e. the old ooga booga attack on black people. Others, perhaps influenced by that "libertarian moment" thing all the kids are talking about, attempted to adopt a more civil-libertarian position -- but clumsily, like dogs trying to boil water, and with equally painful results.

After Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson on August 9 and word started to get around that the killing might not have been as kosher as the cops said it was, many of the brethren went about dealing with this dead unarmed black guy the way they deal with all dead unarmed black guys: slurring the deceased, and portraying the negative reaction of his friends, family, and community as proof that black people are thugs, the real racists, etc.

"BREAKING: Ferguson Police Chief Releases New Info That Turns Michael Brown Shooting Case On Its Head," announced B. Christopher Agee at Western Journalism. He meant the claim by Ferguson PD Chief Tom Jackson that the cop who shot Brown "was serious injured by the teen" -- which was already being contradicted by witnesses. But Agee had more: "reports indicate the New Black Panthers traveled to Ferguson to pass out a list of 'demands,'" he said.

Also, "As Fox News contributor Todd Starnes noted, Barack Obama spoke out on behalf of Brown and his family," said Agee, "but 'did not release a statement offering sympathy to the police officer who was allegedly attacked' or 'to the business owners whose stores were burned and looted.'" (Obama's statement was actually extremely conciliatory toward all parties; maybe Starnes only saw the Fox super-cut.)

"In my opinion there is no amount of information that could be released today that is going to satisfy the mob," said Scared Monkeys. "When they say they want justice, that means a scalp and they will not be happy until it happens."

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So, what -- Michael Brown shot himself? (Via.)
"Somebody has to say it," declared Ross Kaminsky at The American Spectator: "These rampaging thugs and criminals are neither white nor Asian nor Eskimo nor American Indian. They are, as far as one can discern from news footage, roughly 100 percent black." (He was talking about the looters, not the cops.)

"I'm getting reports that some protesters, including leaders are anarcho-communists bussed in from Chicago to incite more violence," reported Dana Loesch's husband Chris from Twitter. (That reminds us: has anyone checked with James O'Keefe?)

When a couple of reporters were arrested for disobeying the cops and then had the bad taste to report on it, Ace of Spades rushed to the cops' defense. "From the cops' point of view, they are presented with a choice of Two Evils," sententiated Spades -- "Intimidating citizens with a show of force and a show of barking, yelling physically-coercive authority, or resorting to some sort of physical restraint or weapon to secure compliance. They say, and I'm not sure they're wrong, that as bad and awful as the first choice it, it is preferable to the second choice." In case that wasn't convincing anyone, Spades added in italics and boldface, "I, like our semi-retired President, have not been following this story at all... I don't know about the specific facts at all." How about that stupid Obama, huh?

At National Review, Michelle Malkin reminded readers that "A Cop Is Killed Every 58 Hours ," despite what one might hear from "The Cirque du Cop-Bashing, with Al Sharpton as ringmaster," who were "working overtime to exploit the deadly incident in Ferguson, Mo." Malkin also opposed "narcissistic liberal journalists and college kids" who allegedly "are all posting 'hands up' selfies in hipster solidarity..."

The editors of National Review bitched that "Al Sharpton, an old hand at inciting riots, is on the scene" and that "the federal government already has poked its snout into the matter, with the Justice Department exploring a possible civil-rights case." As if the feds had any business exploring a possible racist conspiracy of local police! (When Attorney General Eric Holder ordered an autopsy for Mike Brown, Sissy Willis hollered "L'ÉTAT C'EST MOI!")

"We're told that the military style of the cops is 'provoking' the protesters," sneered National Review's Rich Lowry. "But these sorts of flare-ups over controversial shootings by police have been a part of American life for a very long time."

When Ferguson had a second wave of riots, Lowry said, "We've been told for days now that that the reason there was rioting in Ferguson is because protesters were 'provoked' by militarized police," and while Lowry admitted it was "deeply unsettling to see police atop armored vehicles," blah blah blah, still, "we've had a real world test of the 'provocation' thesis" because the new cops were more low-key, and people still rioted.

And guess whose fault that is? "This is what happens when you let your policing be dictated by MSNBC," sighed Lowry. "...First, [the police] gave in to the mob on the Internet and cable TV, and last night they gave in to the mob on the streets." So much for your Robocop theories, liberal wimps -- what these animals need is a touch of the old Nixon and he doesn't mean Jay!

When it was revealed that Brown might have stolen some cigars before the shooting, rightbloggers adopted the "see, he was a thug after all" approach they took during the Trayvon Martin controversy.

"Angelic Michael Brown Not So Angelic After All," snarled The Jawa Report, and offered a unique theory: "This new development might also explain why rioters focused their rage on the QuikTrip convenience store," they said. "Although the store isn't where the robbery took place, it was mentioned by the robbery victim as a possible destination of the two criminals. The angry mobs must have heard about the robbery some time before it was made public, yet they still pursued the 'cop executed innocent boy' narrative as an excuse to riot." We wonder why rioters would even need this "excuse" -- in case they run for office later, maybe?

"You can't blame this on the police being too aggressive during 'peaceful' protests," said William Teach at Right Wing News. "But, I guess the media (it's an AP article) can excuse looting and lawlessness on Something Else... at least in this case, police being too aggressive with their military style toys as being the cause of previous nights of rage might be a load of mule fritters."

Teach also had the best ex-post-facto one-liner on the rioting we're likely to see: "It doesn't provide justification for the shooting," he said, "but it does provide context."

When a couple of people got punched during the Ferguson unrest, The Daily Caller called it a "'Knockout Game' Attack" -- one of their go-to ooga-booga-isms. Inevitably, Jim Hoft of Gateway Pundit announced, "BREAKING: Ferguson's Michael Brown PICTURED Flashing GANG SIGNS... One hand gesture means 'What's up blood?'"

And of course some old honky declared "the black family -- the absence of fathers -- is the problem" in the Wall Street Journal.

Some of the brethren, however, went another way, giving more grief to the local cops, and the tyrannical federal government that had financed their ordnance, than to the dead black guy.

One of the USPs of libertarianism is opposition to over-aggressive, militarized policing, and last week their major figures, including the editors of libertarian flagship Reason, TV presenter John Stossel, and Sen. Rand Paul decried the "militarized" police, and even expressed skepticism of the idea that if the Ferguson cops killed a black guy they must have had a good reason. (Paul went so far as to admit that race "skew[s] the application of criminal justice in this country." He's come a long way since 2010 when he was knocking the Civil Rights Act.)

Reason's Thaddeus Russell spoke of a "Rise of the 'Unholy Alliance' of Libertarians and Leftists" on such matters, which, given the usual safety-net-shredding temper of libertarian discourse, would be remarkable. But it was rightbloggers who were more likely to emulate the libertarian POV on Ferguson, resulting in some weird rhetorical hybrids.



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berglynn
berglynn

Reason magazine has been covering the militarization of the police and related issues for years.  And this article is a pretty misleading to imply that Libertarians are only pushing the issue now to get votes.  While it's better late than never to take up the issue, until now Democrats, as a party, have either ignored the issue or voted in favor of further militarizing of the police.  The most recent example from of Reason: http://reason.com/blog/2014/08/14/fergusons-rep-lacy-clay-voted-against-am

bakerm73
bakerm73

I've read some of the comments here, and there are a lot of people still in denial.


1.  Michael Brown was not shot in the back.

2.  Darian Johnson, MB's friend admits that it was Michael Brown in the robbery.

3.  Michael Brown had items stolen in the robbery in his possession.

4.  The fact that Michael Brown had committed the robbery is why he attacked Darren Wilson, and is why Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown.


Michael Brown committed a crime just minutes before this incident, and Michael Brown thought he was about to get arrested for the robbery.  


Everyone here knows this.  

spectrum2255
spectrum2255

Is there a possibility that the cop acted justifiably in self defense?

Blacks didn't like lynch mobs. But lynch mobs against whites are OK, to balance past oppression I guess.

Welcome to Afghanistan and the 12th century.

How about unstringing the noose, walking away from the tree and waiting for the facts to all come out and the civilized legal process to take its course.

If that's not to much to ask in the 21st century.

markie19
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ctpierce
ctpierce

Right Bloggers Left Bloggers , both have the perspective of a child. You should be made to sit in a room with each other until one or both learns something about themselves. 

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myspace3

Has, "Someone has to say it ..." become the new, "I'm not a bigot, but ... " ?

McSalmon
McSalmon

Once again, the conservative movement endears itself to African Americans with their jizzkrieg over the police throwing down on a community protest with tanks and tear gas. That they included media teams trying to cover a story is just icing on the ugly cake for them, I'm sure. The conservative movement in this country is becoming uglier and more sinister with every passing year.

spectrum2255
spectrum2255

295 lb. thug convenience store robber with drugs in his system.


A model citizen he.

crosspalms
crosspalms

Chicago here. Can we have our anarcho-Communists back? It's so quiet without them.

McSalmon
McSalmon

@bakerm73 Except that:

1. Darren Wilson did not accuse Brown of a robbery - he told them to get off the street and onto the sidewalk. The police chief himself said that the robbery and the stop were unrelated.

2. For reasons of his own, Wilson decided to nearly run over both of them in his car in an attempt to stop them. According to Johnson, whom you have already introduced as a credible witness, he was unable to get out of the car, because he parked so close.

3. He then initiated contact, threatening Brown with violence and pulling his weapon. 


Even if Wilson used a connection to a robbery to stop Brown, he had only suspicion to go by - a general description and location. Enough for a stop, but certainly not an arrest, which this had to have been, because there is no confusion that Brown would have been allowed to leave the scene. His actions were reckless and belligerent. This level of aggression and disregard for his legal responsibilities makes Wilson liable to charges of assault and homicide. 


But, let us drift to later events - the community has apparently had a fair amount of this sort of behavior for a very long time. When they protested, the police came back at them with rubber bullets and tear gas. That there were lootings is true; that the police's actions were directed at everyone including bystanders and press covering the protest is also true, and requires action on it's own.

MattinNOLA
MattinNOLA

@spectrum2255 Wait, aren't you the guy arguing that Michael Brown basically deserved what he got? And lest we forget, had the Ferguson PD done their jobs properly instead of letting the guy lay in the street for four hours and waiting over a week to even begin to do any sort of investigation, we wouldn't be having what can only with great charity be called this "conversation".

MattinNOLA
MattinNOLA

Luckily for the world and all out souls, you've found a way to be smug at both. And such an original and inventive stance, too.

bakerm73
bakerm73

@McSalmon The riots started before there was that sort of response.  Everyone knows this.  You should be angry at the rioters and looters.  There is no reason for that, but that is the reason for the aggressive police response.  


Also, if they're chanting "No Justice, No Peace", that's a threat.  

spectrum2255
spectrum2255

The usual from Leftists. Disagree and all their dozen brain cells can muster in response is "racist!!", "sexist!!", blah blah blah. Never respond with an intelligent answer, just insult to try to intimidate.


295 lbs. - true


Thug - watch the video of him intimidating a man half his size as he steals from him.


Drugs in his system - just confirmed from autopsy


GeoX
GeoX topcommenter

@spectrum2255 Dude, we knew you were a white supremacist from your previous posts.  You can consider your point made!

AugustJPollak
AugustJPollak

Do I really have to black this blackety black out for you RT @eddie8374 @owillis I seriously don't get cons fixation on Rev Al and Jesse

bakerm73
bakerm73

@McSalmon 


I know it's hard for you to understand.


1.  Michael Brown did commit the robbery.

2.  It doesn't matter that Darren Wilson didn't know because that state of mind of having committed the robbery is the reason Michael Brown attacked Darren Wilson. MB thought he was going to be arrested for the robbery.

3.  That is why Darren Wilson's eye socket was broken, MB did that to him.



This isn't that hard. It does not matter of Officer Wilson knew about the robbery or not, because Michael Brown knew about it, and it was just 11 minutes before this happened.


@bakerm73

MattinNOLA
MattinNOLA

And furthermore, Darren Wilson isn't even close to being "lynched" by any stretch of the definition. That's just silly. He hasn't even been charged with anything or lost his job. He's on leave, with pay. Hell, he's probably the safest person in Ferguson.

McSalmon
McSalmon

@bakerm73 @McSalmon 

I think you actually need a verb for something to be a threat. But, more to the point, what you are calling a riot is actually a protest. And we know this is a protest, because when the State troopers came instead of the FPD, there was a peaceful demonstration. When the FPD comes out and tear gasses people, it gets ugly. But, if we're playing the "'No Justice, No Peace' Is Totally Threatening, You Guys" game, then I submit that every third teabagger must be a terrorist by extension. The difference being that for some reason, there's no paramilitary force firing mace and rubber bullets into a crowd of white guys in tricorner hats in DC or cowboy hats in Nevada. Odd that.

McSalmon
McSalmon

@spectrum2255 I hadn't known that being overweight was deserving of a double tap. Watch the video of him.... in a store. Thrill as he... walks out of it! Gasp in horror as it is revealed he may have Smoked the Killer Bud! Surely a depraved maniac such as this could only be taken down by half a dozen bullets before he tore the police car apart like a cardboard box. He had teeth, therefore he was armed! 


Christ - no wonder conservatives need so many fucking guns - they're like crucifixes and garlic cloves. Hide the women folk - here comes Yaphet Kotto! Forrest Whitaker too! 


Berk.

GeoX
GeoX topcommenter

@spectrum2255 Uh...I wasn't joking, dude.  You have REALLY, REALLY made your point.

McSalmon
McSalmon

@bakerm73 @McSalmon 

1. Michael Brown's guilt or innocence should be tried by a jury in a court, and not some asshole with a badge. He had at that time, at best, a description of a large black man and a general location. Again, that would be enough for a stop, but not an arrest, and certainly not enough for him to initiate force. 

2. It abso-fucking-lutely matters whether Darren Wilson knew about that, because the reason for the stop conflicts with what initially was told to the press. The lack of transparency is one of many things that people are pissed about. The police has changed their story to defend Wilson and defame Brown. 

3. Eyewitnesses, including his friend, which you cited as well, say the cop grabbed Brown first, not the other way around, and the scuffle was Brown trying to get away from him. He nearly hit him with his vehicle, started a fight with no other command except to get on the sidewalk, and fired his weapon. 

3a. And, I remind you that Brown was over 30 feet away from the vehicle when he dropped. Which infers that he was running away. But he was also shot in the front, which also means that he must have stopped. Which means that, yeah, Wilson shot a man who had surrendered. This is consistent with witness statements. 

4. And, no, he was not treated for a blown out eyesocket - that is a fiction. He was treated for some minor swelling, which would be consistent, since everyone agrees that there was a scuffle, but not for a blown out eye socket. Comes from sources at the hospital that treated him, while the eye socket story comes from a source at the police department, which has already compromised it's story once. 

 Police are liable for their actions- Wilson should be responsible for his. It is clear that his department is covering for him, they have angered the community they are purported to serve in doing so, they have countered their protests with more attacks. Every step of the way, the FPD has acted inappropriately.  This isn't the first time we've seen this rodeo, and it's not a good one.

bakerm73
bakerm73

@MattinNOLA He isn't? They want an indictment regardless of the evidence.  Maybe you call it "Railroading", because he's white, which isn't any better is it?  

McSalmon
McSalmon

@MattinNOLA Precisely - the thing that really upsets people in Ferguson is the fact that a man was shot by a cop, without any charge, no due process, unarmed and surrendering, and the officer who did this had no accountability for it. Had there been no protest, this cop would be back on the street, playing his Bad Lieutenant games. No trial, no charges. Nothing. Asking for people to just wait and see what the facts are is practically a taunt. To declare that protesting that a 'lynching' is mocking history's dead.


Everything the Ferguson police has done so far smells of malfeasance, from stonewalling the release of pertinent information to the use of riot police and heavy handed tactics against protests. The conservative reaction has been 'They should just deal and go home; this guy was obviously a super thug because... well he was black and smoked weed!' with a side helping of 'well, the police does have a lot of military equipment - maybe we'll address that if we win the next election. If it comes up.'

 

spectrum2255
spectrum2255

@GeoX @spectrum2255 


You've made mine, thanks Einstein. Go blaze another one, while your mom makes a Hot Pocket for you upstairs.

bakerm73
bakerm73

@McSalmon You know that people who are shot can run blocks and die minutes later. Michael Brown was not surrendering, he was running away after he was shot from the front because he charged the cop.  Everyone knows this.  Just drop the race baiting.  Michael Brown attacked the cop.  @bakerm73

bakerm73
bakerm73

@McSalmon You're not paying attention.  Once Michael Brown attacked the cop, the cop has a right to defend himself.  Michael Brown did this to himself.  

If you didn't insert your political and racist views into this, you'd be able not be stupid.  @bakerm73

MattinNOLA
MattinNOLA

No, he isn't, because words mean things. You're as bad as the other clown. "Railroaded"? Really? Do you know what that means. Look, Officer Wilson has yet to be charged anything, and we're two weeks into this affair and an official investigation started just today. That is the very antithesis of "railroading".

Here's the thing. Office Wilson shot someone who was unarmed. That deserves an investigation and, indeed, is standard policy for most police departments. Again, had the Ferguson PD handled this properly in the beginning and not rushed off to play with their new toys, we wouldn't be having this "discussion". Darren Wilson will get his day in court. Michael Brown didn't. That's what folks are pissed off about and don't pretend it's anything else.

McSalmon
McSalmon

@bakerm73 @McSalmon 

So, he was running away, after being shot in the head twice. at close range, either of which would have been a killing shot? Really? I know - maybe Michael Brown isn't dead and just very very tired after a prolonged squawk. 


If it sounds like I think you're a fool, it's purely intentional.

McSalmon
McSalmon

@bakerm73 @McSalmon 

First off, police do not have the right to attack people without cause. He went straight from 'Get out of the street' to 'Nearly run over a guy and grab him from the window' to 'Fire a half dozen times without concern for weapon discipline or allowing him to surrender'. Even if we cede him a potential robbery, he has the duty to make a formal declaration of arrest and a cursory questioning to determine his whereabouts. I'm not willing to give him that, because that story only developed after a few days, and was not cited by the police as the reason for the stop. The police cannot attack people just for looking funny.


Second, you may gently fuck yourself with a red hot poker - You have ignored physical evidence and eyewitness statements to cling to a story made up largely by right wing sources and the Ferguson PD. You are the one asserting things based on your political and racist views, which makes you the one being willfully obtuse.

McSalmon
McSalmon

@MattinNOLA 

Yeah, I would have said that too, only I'd like to think I'd be funnier.

spectrum2255
spectrum2255

At some point you'll come to understand that anyone who uses the word awesome isn't really that awesome. They're considered morons. Keep in mind when you meet your next girlfriend/boyfriend's parents.

MattinNOLA
MattinNOLA

Eh, this one came pre-broken. Anyone who'll not only slander a dead man while cheering increasing police militarization and abridgment of basic First Amendment rights really isn't bringing the "A" game, is he?

bakerm73
bakerm73

@McSalmon You idiot.  MICHAEL BROWN CAUSED THIS.  You are a racist and commie coward.  MAN UP.  A black, Michael Brown, is responsible for his own death. @bakerm73

GeoX
GeoX topcommenter

@spectrum2255 Aw.  It's almost cute, the way the troll tries to engage in rhetorical legerdemain that is so far beyond its actual abilities.  


Because I am the spirit of generosity, lemme give you a little tip: you need to stay focused.  You should NOT have allowed yourself to be sidetracked into this childish "oh YEAH?  Well you live with your MOM!  Also, you're a DIRTY HIPPIE!" stuff.  'Cause when you do that, you make it obvious that I successfully got to you.  What you should've done INSTEAD is to stick to your guns and say something like "pfft, yeah, whatever, just another STOOPID LIBRUL who refuses to make ACTUAL ARGUMENTS and face the FACT that Brown was a THUG who deserved to be GUNNED DOWN."  Make yourself appear to be totally impervious to anything that any non-racist might say.  That's how the pros do it, kid.  You're still in the minor leagues.

bakerm73
bakerm73

@MattinNOLA Michael Brown has not been slandered by anyone, unless calling Darren Wilson a racist is also slander.  You have no evidence of that.

spectrum2255
spectrum2255

Blah

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And

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Have you ever had an original thought that wasn't photocopied from a community college adjunct professor?

GeoX
GeoX topcommenter

@MattinNOLA Well, sure, if you're talking about decent-human-being standards, he was broken from the beginning--they all are.  But as far as trolling goes, the fact that I was able to make him go from racist arghbargle to grade-school insults with almost no effort indicates that he's not exactly good at this. 

McSalmon
McSalmon

@bakerm73 @McSalmon 

Michael Brown did not engage this officer. Wilson drove up, Wilson grabbed him, Wilson fired a gun, Wilson killed this man. Blaming Brown for trying to break away from an aggressive cop trying to strong arm him with his own murder makes you look ridiculous. And you should be ridiculed, as any fascist moron such as yourself should. You make this country worse for being in it - do us all a solid and go Galt or something, and while you're at it, go on ahead and eat a big ol' bag of salted dicks. For Freedom!  

MattinNOLA
MattinNOLA

You really have no idea what some of the words your using means, do you. This spectrum character had repeatedly and with absolutely no evidence referred to Michael Brown as a thug and a criminal that deserved what he got. While I'm not a lawyer so that may not be actionable slander, it fits the common use definition well enough plus showing the user's bias and character. I do not know if Officer Wilson is anymore or less racist than the average white American and have never referred to him as such. Based solely on the evidence, all I'm comfortable with saying is he's really, really shitty at his job and someone should look into that.

spectrum2255
spectrum2255

Have you Occupy geniuses figured out how to work a bar of soap yet?

Step 1: ask Mom for a bar of soap.

Step 2: ask Mom what a bar of soap is.

bakerm73
bakerm73

@McSalmon Yes Michael Brown did engage the cop. All Michael Brown had to do is act maturely, and he did not.  You're a racist piece of trash.  You hate white people.  You're an idiot.  @bakerm73

McSalmon
McSalmon

@bakerm73 @McSalmon You're right - Michael Brown, confronted with a cop who nearly hit him with his car then grabbed him, should have calmly asked the police nicely how he might have helped him. That's how you'd act right? If a black cop shot up to you in his car, and tried to grab you through the window, you'd have been calm and understanding, yeah?You seem like the kind of guy that wouldn't mind being bullied by a black cop while he roughed you up a bit.


I'm a racist for pointing out how you're wrong, how the police's story changes conveniently to protect their own, despite the eyewitnesses and physical evidence? Seriously, you suck. What you think of as 'Hating white people' is 'not wanting a runaway cop to get away with it'. I don't hate white people, I just hate people like you, small minded sociopaths who reflexively defend your team from any crime. It doesn't even matter what this cop did, only that he was white, and the kid was black, does it?

I want to make this very clear: You, and the people like you, are the reason America is in decline, and you're too dumb to know it.

bakerm73
bakerm73

@McSalmon It's on decline, because of racists like you.  Michael Brown was walking down the middle of the street, too stupid to not understand "a car is coming".  You sure you want to keep being this persistent in Michael Brown's defense?  The cop asked him to move, and no, the police did not "almost run over him".  All of the eye witness accounts have been thoroughly discounted time and again in this matter.  


I have to give it to you though.  You're one of the most persistently stupid posters on this topic.

GeoX
GeoX topcommenter

@McSalmon @bakerm73 So, Mr. Baker, how many times a day do you furiously masturbate as you think about black children being murdered?  Two?  Three?  Inquiring minds and all that.

GeoX
GeoX topcommenter

@bakerm73 @McSalmon Just curious.  I'm sure your pals at stormfront would be more than happy to cheer you on, and yet for some reason, you insist on coming here, to get your jollies by vomiting invective at people you hate.  This suggests underlying psychological problems.

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