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February 6th, 2013
05:11 PM ET

Seagal’s school posse?

Brooke and her panel discuss Sheriff Joe Arpaio's idea to partner with actor Steven Seagal in training security guard volunteers with a simulated school shooting.

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    Seagal is not just an action actor he is a 7 th degree black belt in aikido which is a perfect martial art for law inforcment officers. At one time he was the highest ranking American in aikido.

    February 6, 2013 at 6:54 pm |
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    He has been a deputy sheriff for many years and has trained officers in self defense as shown on his tv show that was a documentary style show of his working the streets as a sworn officer. This shows how CNN failed to either research or tell the pertinent facts?

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