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Residents react to deputy's questionable Halloween costume

CAMDEN COUNTY, Ga. -- Camden County Sheriff's Deputy Chad Palmer was caught on camera, black face and dressed as an inmate for Halloween. The image just surfaced on social media and could be career-ending.

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Plainspeak - 11/13/2013 3:51 PM
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Papakilo, this man has the ability to use deadly force if needed, along with imprisoning people, supposedly without prejudice. That means he is held to a higher standard than others, you are taking a tremendous leap with your fascism nonsense.

Papakilo - 11/12/2013 11:37 PM
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We are human! Sometimes we make bad choices but, no harm was intended. When citizens of the United States get harassed for their poor choice...we should take into consideration all the lies and corrupt actions and lack of intelligence coming from elected officials at all levels. This man does not need to be punished, unless we have reached the depths as a society. We ARE headed that way, as it is. We are not a dictatorship or a police state as Germany was. Christ said to the crowd, you without sin may cast stones. You all are bigger hypocrites, for being so petty. Sure he may have done something dumb and tasteless to some but, could each of you stand up to the same criticism?
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