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Wal-Mart removes 'Bulletproof: Black Lives Matter' shirts after police complaint

Wal-Mart removes 'Bulletproof: Black Lives Matter' shirts after police complaint

Wal-Mart has agreed to remove T-shirts and sweatshirts that say “Bulletproof: Black Lives Matter” from its website after a complaint from the president of the country's largest police organization, but the retailer said it would not remove those that say only “Black Lives Matter.” 

"Black Lives Matter" is a slogan and protest movement that emerged after a neighborhood watch volunteer killed unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin in 2012 and intensified amid later police-involved deaths. Some law enforcement groups have accused it of being anti-police.

The website Breitbart.com posted an article last week that said Wal-Mart was "selling Black Lives Matter...

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