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A Jordanian woman holds a sign in Arabic that reads: "to the police security system, why you protecting the killer of my son the officer, Ahmed Subehe," as another woman holds a sign reading:"people of Jordan, where is the justice? Corruption and corrupt and killers in the Jordanian police security system, they killed my only son," during a protest in Amman, Jordan, Friday, Oct. 7, 2011. The woman says that her son, a police officer, was killed, went through autopsy and buried without the consistent of the family. (Mohammad Hannon / AP)
 
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