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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Jacob Kishter
A Metropolitan Police Department officer stabbed five years ago is being laid to rest Friday, as officials await the results of an autopsy to determine whether his death is directly related to the earlier injury and should be classified a homicide.
Kishter said those who lived in or frequented the Columbia Heights neighborhood might have recognized him as an officer who patrolled the area via Segway.
"I can't get in to the specifics of what we are doing, but rest assured you will notice a difference," he wrote.