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Last Sunday, after the St. Louis Rams took to the field with their hands in the air as a show of solidarity for Mike Brown and the people of Ferguson, the St. Louis County PD was very unhappy about the display.

The St. Louis Police Officers Association even said that the players, “chose to ignore the mountains of evidence released from the St. Louis County Grand Jury.”

The Rams reached out to the police department and they exchanged words – but they have two very different versions of events.

The St. Louis PD says the rams apologized, while the Rams say they did no such thing:

St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar sent an e-mail to his staff saying the Rams’ chief operating officer called him Monday to apologize.

“I received a very nice call this morning from Mr. Kevin Demoff of the St. Louis Rams who wanted to take the opportunity to apologize to our department on behalf of the Rams for the “Hands Up” gesture that some players took the field with yesterday,” Belmar wrote in the e-mail, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

But the Rams said that’s just not true.

“We did not apologize,” Rams spokesman Artis Twyman told CNN.

So we gotta ask.. who you do believe? Take our poll.