NYPD Commissioner Says Execution Of, “These Two Police Officers Was A Direct Spinoff” Of Demonstrations

December 22, 2014 11:22 amViews: 1965

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With today's racially charged fervor over the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown and in part stoked up by agitator Al Sharpton led protests, it may have been inevitable that some sort of serious violence would come out of such radical protests. Unfortunately that violence led to 2 New York City Police officers being gunned down in cold blood.

It was just one week ago that protestors at Al Sharpton's “Million Marchers” protest against police violence in New York City were chanting, "What do we want? Dead cops! When do what them? Now!"  And now New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton says that these 2 police officer shootings were a "direct spinoff" of those protests.

Will this be the end of Al Sharpton and his race baiting grievance industry?

Read more below from BuzzFeed:

… The shooter said on Instagram that he was going to kill police officers, and referenced the recent deaths of Garner and Michael Brown, who was fatally shot in Ferguson. in both cases, the officers were not indicted, leading to nationwide protests.

“Do you think the cases of Michael Brown and Eric Garner pushed a disturbed man over the edge?” Lauer asked.

“What’s quite apparent, obvious, is that the target of these two police officers was a direct spinoff of this issue of these demonstrations,” Bratton said.

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