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Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to the riot-sparking verdict that a St. Louis, Mo. police officer was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of an ex-con who engaged him in a chase.

Napolitano said the judge found that the "officer's perception" that he testified to "was a reasonable perception."

"I can't second-guess this judge," Napolitano said. "[The judge] has a feel for the evidence - a sixth sense as to whether or not you should believe a particular witness."

He said the judge "rejected" the government's witnesses called to help the prosecution of Officer Jason Stockley, and issued an unusually-long 30-page opinion on the case.

Napolitano also reacted to the federal government's decision lessening Obama-era guidelines for local law enforcement.

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