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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- Rallies, die-ins, boycotts. They've all been held to protest against police-involved shootings. Some people in the Twin Cities are getting their point across using sign language!

Check'em out. They're street signs that have been illegally put up in Minnesota.


By now you can probably tell these signs are not only fake but whoever put them up was trying to be funny too!

These signs come after a stream of serious and deadly shootings by cops in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area.

This month Justine Damond was gunned down by a cop, who claims he accidentally pulled the trigger when he heard a loud noise. The cop says the loud noise he supposedly heard "startled" him.

Then there's Philando Castile's story. A cop shot and killed him during a traffic stop near Minneapolis.

Although cops aren't sure who put these signs up, the message behind them is pretty clear!

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