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Animal Rights Correlation representative Rachel Augusta leads the crowd in a chant during a protest of the murder of Cecil the Lion outside of River Bluff Dental, Walter J. Palmer's office, in Bloomington on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. "All your money all your lies we will never compromise," Augusta chanted.(Pioneer Press: Holly Peterson)
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