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'Bacon grease covered bullets': Alabama police chief under fire from Islamic group over Facebook posts
by Jonece Starr Dunigan
An Islamic civil liberties and advocacy group wants Alabama and federal authorities to investigate "anti-Muslim bigotry expressed" on social media posts allegedly made by the Gurley Police chief last month.
The Alabama chapter of Council on American-Islamic Relations released a statement on Friday about Chief Barry Pendergraft's Facebook posts regarding bacon grease covered bullets.
On Sept. 23, Pendergraft posted a video of himself loading the bullets with the text, "100 more bacon grease covered bullets in the box! This relaxes me so!!"
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