Fake street signs warn of easily started police


A controversial sign has started popping up in Minnesota after the fatal police shooting of a bride-to-be.

Street signs that read, “Warning: Twin Cities Police Easily Startled” has surfaced in the Saint Paul and Minneapolis after Australian Justine Ruszczyk was fatally shot by police.

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A photo shared by Saint Paul resident Addy Paul shows the sign with a police officer raising both of its arms and shooting in each direction.

The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension released a statement that said the Minneapolis police officer heard a loud noise before fatally shooting Ruszczyk. The sign appears to reference this.

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