Sheriff’s spokesman Lt. Dave Mattingly speaks during a press conference at the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday. A major national Muslim organization said Wednesday it is asking the sheriff’s office to cancel a training program by a former FBI agent because it says his message would lead officers to have a biased and distorted view of Islam.
Sheriff’s spokesman Lt. Dave Mattingly speaks during a press conference at the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday. A major national Muslim organization said Wednesday it is asking the sheriff’s office to cancel a training program by a former FBI agent because it says his message would lead officers to have a biased and distorted view of Islam. The Wichita Eagle
Sheriff’s spokesman Lt. Dave Mattingly speaks during a press conference at the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday. A major national Muslim organization said Wednesday it is asking the sheriff’s office to cancel a training program by a former FBI agent because it says his message would lead officers to have a biased and distorted view of Islam. The Wichita Eagle

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