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‘Law & Order’ actor Diane Neal weighs in on how the show can affect perceptions of police

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Diane Neal recently invited her social media followers to weigh in on whether the show gave viewers a false impression of how law enforcement handles sex crimes — a discussion that was sparked by a recent episode of “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.” (CNN and HBO, which airs the satirical show, share parent company Warner Bros. Discovery).
“I’m embarrassed to admit, I used to think the way it worked on the show was like real life. Then I found out the hard way I was wrong,” Neal tweeted, responding to a person who said they felt police didn’t believe them when they came forward about their assault. “Thank you for sharing the story of your real experience. #iamsorry.”

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