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Video: "Cajun Captain" Clay Higgins Places "Thin Blue Line" Flag Outside His Congressional Office

March 01, 2017  | 

VIDEO: "Cajun Captain" Clay Higgins Places "Thin Blue Line" Flag Outside His Congressional Office

Former St. Landry Parish (LA) Sheriff's captain Clay Higgins, who vaulted to fame in a series of local Crime Stoppers videos, is now a U.S. Congressman. Congressman Higgins recently placed a "Thin Blue Line" flag honoring the service and sacrifice of American law enforcement outside of his Washington, DC, office.

Higgins serves Louisiana's 3rd District and remains a reserve law enforcement officer. He resigned from the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office in February 2016.

Congressman are allowed to place three flags outside of their offices. In addition to the "Thin Blue Line" flag, Higgins has a U.S. flag and a Louisiana flag.

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Quick Draws a Douche @ 3/2/2017 3:38 AM

I find YOU offensive and want YOU removed.

Mike @ 3/2/2017 3:59 AM

Too many goofballs, like "Quick Draw the Douche," manage to slither their way in to cop-only sites. Why don't they find sites more appropriate to their personalities, like 'Pravda,' 'Today's Communist,' or "M.B.L.A.'?

LEO (RET) @ 3/2/2017 10:32 AM

Congratulations Cajun Captain Higgins and now U.S. Congressman Higgins. You continuously raised the bar and demanded high standards of yourself and your officers under your command. Now you continue to raise the standards in congress. I sincerely hope that many other lawmakers in congress will grow a pair and follow your example. Kudos to you and God Bless you for your continued service.

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