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Video: Officer Posts Angry Video Asking Activists, Celebrities Why No Outrage Over Murder of Officer Familia

July 12, 2017  | 

VIDEO: Officer Posts Angry Video Asking Activists, Celebrities Why No Outrage Over Murder of Officer Familia

A police officer has posted an angry video on the Facebook page of the Media Research Center asking why no celebrities or activists have expressed outrage at the murder of NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia.

Familia, a mother of three and a veteran NYPD officer, was filling out a report last week when she was shot and killed by a gunman who targeted her just for being a uniformed officer. The suspect was killed by return fire from other officers.

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BFT @ 7/13/2017 7:38 PM

Your message is well received among the L.E. community. But majority of the T.V. and sports celebrities only want to speak out if the T.V. cameras are rolling in front of them. And we all know most of the news media is so far left it is pathetic. The news media does not support L.E. Example: They look for every possible police shooting of a minority civilian and send all their nationwide network crews there, even if it was a justified shooting, and especially if it was by a white cop A cop, white or black, getting shot is lucky to get more than a local news station coverage. The news media only wants left wing news. Anything else is local news. I never would have known about officer Familia being shot if not for this Police Mag. article. A hard thing to overcome. Especially since the left has controlled the presidency and many states for the last eight years. A real challenge for Trump. They'll need a lot of help in what Obama, his wife Michelle and Hillary have destroyed.

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