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nmda attorney general loretta lynch in her first days on the job out in front on the unrest in baltimore by meeting directly with police in contrast with her predecessor eric holder here's washington reporter julia edwards when holder would to ferguson shortly after protests broke out following the shooting of michael brown he came to me with f. b. i. officials community leaders and anyone who was investigating what happened in that shooting became really and a way to promote justice not in a way to try to create a balance between what was going on with the police there and the community lunch we saw really different story play out well meeting students community leaders and civil rights advocates with stories of police abuse lynch also offered words of praise to the baltimore police , you have picked a noble profession , well you have picked one of the best professions out there today , because you have picked the one that lets you go out every day and say i'm going to help somebody trenches so far refrained from cashing herself as an advocate for racial minorities after watching holders time in office wench learn from holder that it is possible to fray relations to a point with police at their just no longer workable and she came in with the deliberate intention to really bring healing to the situation rather than advocate for one side or another lynch is hoping her time at the justice department is remembered for finding a middle ground