Sunday, May 23, 2021

Sick Scene as BLM Sympathizers Crash Memorial for Fallen Officers, Blast Rap Music During Moment of Silence; Police officer's emotional video slamming anti-police sentiment goes viral, and other Police related stories

Sick Scene as BLM Sympathizers Crash Memorial for Fallen Officers, Blast Rap Music During Moment of Silence:
Friday, May 7, was to have been a solemn day at Capitol Square in Madison, Wisconsin.
For most of 2020 and 2021, law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty couldn’t be properly remembered in the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial in Capitol Square, a memorial that pays tribute to those who have given their lives upholding the law throughout the years, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to WEAU-TV, six names were added to the honor roll last week. Law enforcement officers and their families gathered in the square for what was to be a solemn event to remember the lives of the six officers who gave their lives between 1933 and 2020. The memorial currently has 285 names on it.
Police formed a procession to attend the event. Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers and Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul were among those who attended, according to WKOW-TV.
“For the 285 names on the wall, we tell them we will not forget you, we will never forget what you gave up for us and we will never forget everyone gathered here today,” C.O.P.S. president Jo Ann Mignon told those in attendance, according to WEAU.
Eight minutes into the ceremony, however, protesters proved yet again why we can’t have nice things in 2021. --->READ MORE and WATCH VIDEO HERE
Police officer's emotional video slamming anti-police sentiment goes viral:
A police officer has gone viral after posting a video laying out his frustrations with the current anti-police sentiment that has permeated the country for the last year.
"I'm tired. I am so goddamn tired. I wake up every morning and kiss my family goodbye, knowing that there's a possibility I won't come home," Major Kelvin Dingle says in the video that has been viewed over 1 million times. "I am tired of every time I wake up in the morning, there's someone else polarizing the fact that maybe law enforcement is just not a good thing."
"All of us are not bad. I am not as they are. Most of us are not. There are bad people in every career. I am so goddamn tired, tired, tired!"
Dingle is the operations commander at Atlanta’s Morehouse School of Medicine's public safety office. He describes himself as an "inspirational speaker" and "Christian Youth counselor" and has other videos documenting his work as an officer. --->READ MORE and WATCH VIDEO HERE
Follow links below to Police related stories:

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Illinois Lawmaker Disrespects Fallen Police Officer on State House Floor

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Black Lives Matter protests, 'defund the police' politics usher in era of dismal police recruitment

Police punished for speaking out against Black Lives Matter

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