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Officers within the NYPD allegedly typed racist and revealing comments on a public Facebook page seemingly undetected until a New York attorney uncovered them.
“I say have the parade one more year and when they all gather drop a bomb and wipe them all out,” writes one commenter, Dan Rodney. The New York Times first broke the story and reached out to Rodney, who confirmed that he was a police officer and a user of Facebook but denied that he made that comment.
Originally posted by Kali74
reply to post by EndGovtCorruption
I agree, of course there are good officers in law enforcement. Innocent little kids still play the good "guy" as cops after all and I refuse to believe that at some point that innocence turns into malice in all cases. I think we're left to wonder how far that malice goes, how wide spread is it and do good officers want to do anything about it or does "brotherhood" come first?