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2 charged after van full of explosives found in Philadelphia amid Walter Wallace protests

USATODAY.com Friday, 30 October 2020
Authorities said the explosive materials are commonly used to dismantle and steal money from ATMs.
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I've seen mental-health calls to police from both sides. More training is needed.

Too many victims end up like Philadelphia's Walter Wallace Jr. My friend was one of the lucky ones.

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