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Rally shows support for Hawaii law enforcement agencies

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Dozens line South Beretania Street while holding signs during a rally in support of local enforcement agencies on Saturday. The rally, put on by the group Back Da Blue, had dozens of supporters show solidarity in front of the main Honolulu Police Department precinct, the state Capitol, and Honolulu Hale.
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Dozens line South Beretania Street while holding signs during a rally in support of local enforcement agencies.
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Dozens line South Beretania Street while holding signs during a rally in support of HPD and local law enforcement agencies on Saturday.
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Ewa resident Diana Morris, right, and son Jacob, 11, held signs during a rally in support of HPD on Saturday.
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Terry Kakazu, owner of HASR Wine and Bistro, held signs and waved with her dog, Runtdunt, along South Beretania Street during a rally in support of HPD on Saturday.
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Terry Kakazu, owner of HASR Wine and Bistro, held signs and waved with her dog, Runtdunt, along South Beretania Street during a rally in support of HPD on Saturday.
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Members of the organization Back Da Blue, including Wayne Kaiwi, third from left, pose for a photo during a rally on Saturday in front of HPD headquarters.
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Dozens line South Beretania Street while holding signs in front of the Honolulu Police Department headquarters during a rally in support of local enforcement agencies.
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Dozens line South Beretania Street while holding signs in front of the Honolulu Police Department headquarters during a rally in support of local enforcement agencies.
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Dozens line South Beretania Street while holding signs during a rally in support of local enforcement agencies.

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