'I refuse to see hate live': Dallas officer's emotional update goes viral

A Dallas police officer - on the morning after 12 of his colleagues were shot in an ambush - took to Facebook this morning with an emotional update as he reported for duty.

"Good Morning From Dallas. I [won't] be long for today is gonna be a very busy day," wrote Bryan Woodard, a Dallas County Constable.

In the video, Woodard referred to a black strip over his badge, which is used by police officers to honor the fallen.

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