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On this New Year’s Eve, we revisit a recent conversation on politics and policing in Baltimore. Earlier this month Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake suggested police here and across the nation may be hesitant when faced with harrowing, potentially deadly scenarios for fear of being labeled, `the next Darren Wilson.’ We discuss that observation as well as Commissioner Anthony Batts admonishment that people protesting against police brutality across the country should perhaps feel compelled to march on behalf of police officers injured in the line of duty protecting citizens. These issues and more this evening on AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes.