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Tonight on The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly hosted a diverse panel to talk about police, race and other issues affecting the country, and at many points the discussion was heated.

Participants in the conversation included Black Rights Matter supporters, law enforcement officers, conservative commentators, religious leaders and many others.

In the clip above, former civil rights leader Joe Hicks asked where Black Lives Matter was when a 9-year-old African-American boy was gunned down last week by a black suspect in San Bernardino. He also accused supporters on the panel of entertaining conspiracy theories and using straw man arguments.

Earlier, panelists argued over a comment by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani that the nationwide movement is "inherently racist."

Political commentator Lisa Durden said, "Everyone wants to deflect when we’re getting blown in the heads with bullets, chased down in the streets, choked until we can’t breathe.”

She said that the issue of black-on-black violence referred to by Giuliani and other conservatives is a distraction because "all communities murder each other.”

Check out more standout statements from panelists below, plus a longer clip from the discussion all the way at the bottom.

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