NYPD turn their backs on deBlasio at cops funeral


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The NYPD is pissed with New York’s mayor Bill de Blasio, after he expressed his shock and disgust that officer Daniel Paneleo was not indicted for the choke-hold death of Eric Garner. The officers gripe is that Mayor deBlasio didn’t support their position but instead incited a hostile environment and fuel for protesters. Their outrage is even calling for de Blasio’s resignation.  

de Blasio made his comments in the aftermath of the deaths of black men, including Eric Garner and Michael Brown, at the hands of white police officers. Neither of the officers involved were charged.

‘It is our opinion that Mayor de Blasio’s dangerous and irresponsible comments about his and his wife’s concern for their son’s safety at the hands of the NYPD fueled the flames that led to civil unrest, and potentially to the deaths of PO Wenjian Liu and PO Rafael Ramos, as well as the continued threats against NYPD personnel.’

The Mayor shows us no respect, and encourages the public to follow his lead.’

But c’mon now, did Mayor de Blasio really fuel the flames for these peaceful protest or are NYPD officers just upset because the current movements by protesters throughout the country are shining a big fat light on corrupt police officers everywhere? Just like I don’t believe that de Blasio, the protectors or any other person excising their free right to protest are responsible for the assassination of the two police officers in Brooklyn. The act of one cannot speak for the action of all.

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35 thoughts on “NYPD turn their backs on deBlasio at cops funeral

  1. Why exploit the death of the two officers to express your political opinions? The mayor never incited anyone, the killer is a deranged guy who has a criminal history and shot his ex before killing the two police officers.

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  2. Any death, unjustified, of anyone, police or one suspected of a crime who is unarmed, boy, man, woman, is sad and difficult. No one’s life is more valuable than another’s.

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  3. Criticizing human right abuse isn’t persecution. If some police are profiling people and using excessive force. Then people have a right to stand up and protest. This is America, not North Korea.

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  4. Unfortunately because of whatz going on around the world cops are getting a bad wrap. They are all NOT bad but the dirty few ruin it for many.

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  5. Well….well isn’t this a form of disrespect for authority? Di Blasio is their leader. they should be heeding his opinions and not trying to go off on their own bitch ass tangents. They need to get the fuck over it. he said it and that settles it.

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