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Dayton civil rights leader Derrick Foward views the alleged text messages sent by Flanders and Sollenberger over a two year period.

*I swear, this cop drama just seems to escalate.

As we continue to watch one protest after another to put an end to police brutality, following the grand jury decision not to indict Eric Garner’s killer; and the killing of a man allegedly carrying a knife in Hollywood, California just the other night you must be thinking: Police have probably been doing this for years and we’re just catching up to them.

Lo and behold, two cops are now on paid administrative leave because of leaked racist texts from their personal cellphones.

‘There were a couple text messages that I wasn’t comfortable with,” Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer said of his two deputies suspended after allegations of their compromised ethics arose.

He was speaking of text messages sent between December 2011 and January 2013 between Capt. Thomas Flanders and Detective Michael Sollenberger.

And you guessed it, they weren’t very kind to black folks.

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