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I strongly suggest that CNN assigns reporters to the prisons in Philadelphia and Los Angeles to realize the true reasons why there have been so many protests and why there will be many more. Investigation of motives should always be the priority of any media company when it comes to reporting the real story. CNN is a corporate media company and there are protests against corporate rule. It is your duty as a media company to find out why these protesters are against corporate rule and biased news reporting on the part of corporate media companies. Fairness should never be compromised, a lesson learned from the days of YELLOW JOURNALISM. I will keep watching CNN for reliable breaking news coverage.