Philly Car Dealer Criticized for Using Fallen Officers on Billboard
December 13, 2011
On Friday, Philadelphia FOP President John McNesby and the Philadelphia Police Department began receiving calls that a well-known Philly car dealer had used the photos of fallen Philadelphia police officers, the department emblem and the Fraternal Order of Police emblem in his billboard advertisements.
"Somebody called me and said 'What are we doing?' " McNesby said. "So, I rolled out there and when I looked, I just couldn't believe what I saw."
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