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He, arguably, precipitated public acceptance of the anti-police feelings in NY or at the very least gave tacit approval for anti-cop sentiment. Is he really surprised by the reaction he's gotten.
The black officers interviewed said they had been racially profiled by white officers exclusively, and about one third said they made some form of complaint to a supervisor. All but one said their supervisors either dismissed the complaints or retaliated against them by denying them overtime, choice assignments, or promotions. The remaining officers who made no complaints said they refrained from doing so either because they feared retribution or because they saw racial profiling as part of the system.
The productive people of NY, who have jobs, lives, businesses, appreciate the cops making the streets safe. The welfare crowd, criminals, street people, don't like the cops.
originally posted by: DancedWithWolves
The police have committed an unforgivable insult to these families by protesting at these funerals. Their action has stolen the headline (knowingly) and left the deceased officer a sub headline.
How are they any better than Westboro Baptist Church members protesting at military funerals? They aren't.