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Kansas paper publishes cartoon linking Gov's mask order to Holocaust - Business Insider

  • The Anderson County Review published a cartoon depicting Gov. Laura Kelly wearing a protective face mask emblazoned with a Star of David, against a scene showing women and children being forced onto a railway wagon.
  • The same day Kelly signed an executive order ordering most Kansas to wear a face mask to protect against the coronavirus in public or places where they cannot socially distance.
  • Kansas Republican Party Chairman Michael Kuckelman told the AP that posting the cartoon is "inappropriate," but noted that "it is on the newspaper Facebook page and media has wide berth" with the First Amendment, which guarantees freedom of speech and the press.
  • Hicks has also refused to back down, saying the newspaper will continue with plans to print the cartoon on Monday.

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Kansas paper publishes cartoon linking Gov's mask order to Holocaust - Business Insider

  • The Anderson County Review published a cartoon depicting Gov. Laura Kelly wearing a protective face mask emblazoned with a Star of David, against a scene showing women and children being forced onto a railway wagon.
  • The same day Kelly signed an executive order ordering most Kansas to wear a face mask to protect against the coronavirus in public or places where they cannot socially distance.
  • Kansas Republican Party Chairman Michael Kuckelman told the AP that posting the cartoon is "inappropriate," but noted that "it is on the newspaper Facebook page and media has wide berth" with the First Amendment, which guarantees freedom of speech and the press.
  • Hicks has also refused to back down, saying the newspaper will continue with plans to print the cartoon on Monday.

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4 San Jose officers are on leave while Facebook posts are investigated

  • CNN has not been able to view the posts in question and has not identified any current or former officer involved.
  • San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia expressed outrage over the comments and warned that any officers who are found to have been involved could be fired.
  • San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said he is pushing for an independent investigation of "all racially discriminatory conduct" by city police officers.
  • Paul Kelly, the president of the San Jose Police Officers Association, condemned the group in a sharply worded statement, asserting the union would not represent officers accused of making the Facebook posts and would immediately move to expel all members who participated in the group.
  • Kelly said the union will not offer any financial support to officers found to have participated in the group.

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