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That police should offer rewards to help solve crimes

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johnathan poddjohnathan podd (PRO)
Probably not, the police’s job is to protect people, I don’t think putting out wanted signs is protecting people. Especially if it’s a murderer.
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2018-05-05 08:55:12
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Alexandre The Thrice GreatAlexandre The Thrice Great (CON)
You are confused, you post an argument for my side of the debate .. you are the Pro side in this occasion ..
I will not therefore post an argument for round one, instead I honestly correct this mistake and allow you time to re-compose yourself, or forfeit due to a mistake in accepting the debate, you must have wanted the 'Con' side ... 

I look forward to our verbal sparring though, good luck and good language! 

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2018-05-05 16:02:03
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Previous Judgments

2018-05-09 10:28:28
nzlockieJudge: nzlockie    TOP JUDGE
Win awarded to: Alexandre The Thrice Great
2018-05-13 01:28:01
Undovic88Judge: Undovic88
Win awarded to: Alexandre The Thrice Great
They were the only person to make an argument, besides they were defending their own side. Johnathan wasnt paying well enough attention.

Pay attention to what side you join. This has happened so many times its unbelievable.
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2018-05-19 02:52:23
MharmanJudge: Mharman    TOP JUDGE
Win awarded to: Alexandre The Thrice Great

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