Fact check: False claim that Michigan attorney general is warning of gang tactics

Posted on AllSides July 5th, 2022
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Attorney general urges public to scrutinize information before posting

In a June 8 statement, Attorney General Dana Nessel said the information in the post did not come from her office. 

The Canton Police Department did not have reports on any such incident, Nessel said. The department did not respond to USA TODAY’s request for comment.

“This is a reminder that you should scrutinize posts you see on social media before sharing them to your networks,” Nessel said.

Lynsey Mukomel, a spokesperson for the attorney general, told USA TODAY in a June...

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