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Ronald Noble @DallasPD Former head of INTERPOL Ronald Noble asks the Dallas Police Department along with the Capital of scotland - Dallas to remove a web based Digital Wanted Poster that is constantly on the falsely brand Mark Hughes as the suspected killer of 5 cops in Dallas on 7 July 2016. On this video, Noble further asks the Dallas PD commence to undo the injury caused Mark Hughes and the family by making use of precisely the same social websites to his name who's used to wrongly accuse him for being a suspected cop killer to begin with. @CityofDallas Using social media to look for the publics help to identify somebody appealing or suspect considered to be from the cold-blooded murder of police officers is understandable and will be considered good police work during a crisis when the police and public are in danger as was the situation for the 7th and 8th of July 2016. Thanks to the initiative of Cory Hughes, Marks elder brother, Mark was identified towards the police along with the world in minutes of the Dallas Police Departments Tweet of Marks photo requesting people to help you know the man photographed with a rifle slung over his shoulder and wearing a camouflaged shirt. Now, many month has transpired since that crisis ended and also the Dallas Police Department determined that Mark Hughes had not employ the sniper attack on police. He was only a peaceful protester exercising his 2d Amendment directly to bear arms. Yet, Dallas along with the Dallas Police Department still place Mark Hughes, Cory Hughes along with their families in danger by still broadcast a Twitter feed of the videotaped press conference of the Mayor of Dallas along with the Dallas Chief of Police, when Mark Hughes photo is prominently displayed and referred to as a suspected cop killer that happen to be exposed to justice. This is really a Digital Wanted Poster for Mark Hughes, that is viewed more than 308,965 times and remains available for viewing even now. While serving as Secretary General of INTERPOL and Head of varied US police force agencies, Mr. Noble led brave and dedicated law enforcement officers inside the U.S. and around the world. In the official capacity, she has mourned the loss of law enforcement officers under his command as a result of murders plus a terrorist attack. He believes inside the U.S. Constitution as well as Second Amendment right to bear arms, which Mark Hughes exercised lawfully on July 7th. Mr. Noble is a proud defender of police and (the rule of law) and strongly believes which a healthy, fair and simply police department should not allow false accusations manufactured by it against an innocent person to remain uncorrected and visual on its media channels as is also happening regarding Mark Hughes. It will perform right thing and #JustClearHisName.

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