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New Yorkers Observe Moment of Silence for Slain Officers

December 23, 2014
At the Bedford-Stuyvesant memorial created at the death site, a few dozen police officers and firefighters removed their hats and bowed their heads in honor of slain Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu.
<p>Officer Christopher Manney was fired for not following policy, even though the shooting was justified. (Photo: Milwaukee PD)</p>

DOJ to Investigate Justified Milwaukee Police Shooting

December 23, 2014
The Justice department will "undertake a federal review of this case to determine if, under federal civil rights law, there is a basis, both legal and factual, upon which a federal civil rights prosecution may be premised," the U.S. attorney said in a statement. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin and the Civil Rights Division will conduct the review.

Protesters Confront NYPD Mourners at Slain Officers' Memorial

December 23, 2014
Protesters on Monday stormed the site where two NYPD officers were slain Saturday and confronted cops pouring in to mourn their fallen brothers at a makeshift memorial, according to a CNN reporter.
<p>Screen grab of Facebook page. (Photo: Chicopee (Mass.) PD)</p>

Man to be Charged for "Wings on Pigs" Facebook Comment

December 23, 2014
A Chicopee, Mass., man who officials say made a threatening comment towards police on a social media page will be charged.

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Issues Statement on New York Police Ambush

December 23, 2014
”We must never forget that our officers are the most visible and vulnerable symbols of the freedoms we so dearly cherish. They are willing to lay down their lives for us. The least we should do is honor and remember their service and sacrifice and do our part to make it safer for those who continue to serve. We need to speak up for these heroes who protect us.
<p>Patrolman First Class Jamel Clagett (Photo: Charles County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

Maryland Officer Took Dispatchers Breakfast Moments Before Dying in Crash

December 22, 2014
Patrolman First Class Jamel Clagett, 30 -- "known for his kindness" -- had just finished an overnight shift when he stopped off to deliver breakfast to the dispatchers, whom he considered family.

Georgia Man Killed in Standoff After Shooting at Police, Neighbors

December 22, 2014
As members of the SWAT team approached the house, police said the gunman opened fire again and several rounds hit the SWAT vehicle. At that point, police decided to evacuate the neighborhood and that's when things got intense.

CHP Trooper Shoots, Kills Machete-Wielding Attacker

December 22, 2014
The officer put up his left arm to block the attack, at first mistaking the machete for a collapsible baton. The machete struck his left arm, hand and face,
<p>Ismaaiyl Brinsley (Fulton County (Ga.) Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

Brooklyn Ambush killer Had Criminal Record, History of Mental Illness

December 22, 2014
By Saturday, he had seized on the deaths at the hands of police officers of Eric Garner on Staten Island and Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., focusing his rage against the authorities. In his short life, during which Mr. Brinsley failed to finish high school, to hold a steady job or, seemingly, to commit even the smallest crime without being caught, thoughts of revenge seemed to be the one thing giving him purpose.
<p>Officer Charles Kondek (Photo: Tarpon Springs PD)</p>

Ex-Con Charged with Sunday Murder of Florida Officer

December 22, 2014
Authorities charged Marco Antonio Parilla Jr., a 23-year-old released from prison in March and wanted for an alleged probation violation, with the first-degree murder of the officer.
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