From This Point On We Must Assume That All Crime Is Initiated By The Police Themselves, or Their Provocateurs, and Their Stooges Operating Within Street Gangs and KKK organizations.
"Absolutely NO enforcement action in the form of arrests and or summonses is to be taken unless absolutely necessary and an individual MUST be placed under arrest." —From Purported NYPD Union Memo
|TOP: Members of the Detroit 300; BOTTOM: Members of the New Black Panthers.|
Police Union Tells NYPD To Arrest Only When Necessary, Stand Down
By John Cardillo and Charles C. Johnson
The police union for the New York Police department issued the following statement earlier today:
FROM NYC PBA: Starting IMMEDIATELY- At least two units are to respond to EVERY call, no matter the condition or severity, no matter what type of job is pending, or what the opinion of the patrol supervisor happens to be. IN ADDITION: Absolutely NO enforcement action in the form of arrests and or summonses is to be taken unless absolutely necessary and an individual MUST be placed under arrest. These are precautions that were taken in the 1970’s when Police Officers were ambushed and executed on a regular basis. The mayors hands are literally dripping with our blood because of his words actions and policies and we have, for the first time in a number of years, become a “wartime” police department. We will act accordingly. FORWARD MESSAGE IN ITS ENTIRETY TO ANY AND ALL...
FROM: Got News
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After NYPD Deaths, Newark Pulls One-Officer Units Off the Streets, Union Says
By Brian Amaral
Owing to safety concerns, the Newark Police Department is pulling one-officer units off of the streets, according to the president of the police officer's union there.
"The Newark Fraternal Order of Police is primarily concerned with the safety of the officers in the street," James Stewart, the president of the union, said late Saturday. "In the climate we face today there is nothing more important. We are happy the Director agrees with our view and is putting the safety of the men and women in the street above all else."
The apparent move comes just hours after two New York City police officers, Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, were shot and killed Saturday afternoon in a brazen ambush attack that the police commissioner there called an "assassination."
Eugene Venable, the police director in Newark, did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.