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BREAKING: Deceased St. Louis Police Captain David Dorn to Receive Congressional Medal of Honor Society’s Citizen Honors Award

Ashley Jarrett

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Deceased St Louis Police Captain David Dorn to receive Congressional Medal of Honor Society’s Citizen Honors Award.

FOX News reported today:

A fallen Missouri police officer will be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor Society’s Citizen Honors Award after he died protecting a friend’s business from looters during police brutality protests last year.

Capt. David Dorn was named Thursday as a recipient of the 2021 Single Act of Heroism Award, recognizing his service after he was shot in June 2020 while responding to an alarm at a pawn shop.

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Captain Dorn responded to an alarm from his good friend’s pawn shop during the BLM riots last summer in St. Louis.  He was gunned down dead by one of the robbers at the pawn shop:

Captain Dorn and his wife received notoriety when she spoke at the Republican Convention in his memory of her husband and against the violent BLM and Antifa riots that killed many in the summer of 2020 and destroyed billions.

Good Americans stand with Captain Dorn and his family.

Formerly an online tech and science reporter at The Sun Online, Ashley stepped up to the mantle of technology reporter at the Daily Telegraph late last year. She writes about everything from drones, web security and cryptocurrency to social media apps, like Facebook and Spotify, and technology brands including Apple and Toshiba.

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